By Lindsay Beck GUANGZHOU, China, April 24 (Reuters) - Relations between China and Japan are at their lowest in decades, but at the Honda plant in China's southern city of Guangzhou, workers are unconcerned. And the cars, among China's most popular, are sold before they are finished. Guangzhou was one of several Chinese cities rocked by rare street demonstrations this month. Thousands marched to oppose what they see as Japan's failure to own up to World War Two atrocities and Tokyo's ...
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