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Damaged roads, train tracks and other transportation infrastructure are preventing factories in western Japan from reaching a full recovery a month after deadly rains killed over 200 people in the region.

Mazda Motor Corp. has resumed production at its headquarters plant in Fuchu, Hiroshima Prefecture, and in Hofu, Yamaguchi Prefecture, but railways used by their workers have not fully recovered.

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