By Julia Fioretti LONDON, March 25 (Reuters) - Japanese automaker Honda unveiled further cuts to its manufacturing operations in Britain on Tuesday, citing disappointing sales growth in Europe which it did not see picking up in the next couple of years. Honda Motor Europe said it planned to move from a three to two shift pattern at its manufacturing plant in Swindon, southwest England, resulting in an estimated 340 job losses, slightly more than 10 percent of the workforce. The change means ...
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