Euro crisis stirs caution among Japan automakers


* No contingency plans, yet, automakers say * Main worry is length of recovery-Mitsubishi * Demand remains solid for small cars-Honda By Kei Okamura TOKYO, Nov 30 (Reuters) - The deepening euro zone crisis and doubts about the euro's future has Japanese automakers moving cautiously in Europe, but there is no talk yet of planning for the worst -- a breakup of the single currency. Worries do run deep however. Mitsubishi Motors Corp's president, Osamu Masuko, said the most pressing ...

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