Hino shares fall on reported China project freeze


TOKYO, Oct 27 (Reuters) - Shares in Japanese truck maker Hino Motors Ltd. fell over 6 percent on Wednesday morning after a newspaper reported it had decided to freeze a truck project in China since government approval had become unlikely. A company spokesman denied the report in business daily Nihon Keizai Shimbun, which said on Wednesday that Hino President Shoji Kondo had announced the decision to halt the project at a press conference a day earlier. "He said nothing to that effect at ...

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