GENEVA, Feb 28 (Reuters) - Honda Motor Co expects its new Civic model to fuel sales growth and help rescue margins in Europe, Chief Executive Takeo Fukui told Reuters on Tuesday, ruling out bringing the premium Acura line to the continent. "Civic is really well received in the market now and there is huge demand. At the moment we are trying to catch up with the demand," he said in an interview at the Geneva car show. "Toward the end of this year production will catch up with demand and ...
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