TOKYO: Japanese car maker Daihatsu on Monday resumed part of its domestic production, more than a month after suspending all factory operations over a safety testing scandal.

The Toyota-owned firm's factory in Kyoto resumed manufacturing of the Probox van and Mazda-branded Familia van, a Daihatsu spokesman told AFP.

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