Honda aims to sell 700,000 cars in Japan next year

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TOKYO, Oct 25 (Reuters) - Honda Motor Co will try to lift its domestic Japanese retail sales to around 700,000 cars next year from a lowered target of about 660,000 in 2006, a top executive said on Thursday. "I think it's reasonable to assume that the total market would remain at this year's low levels next year," Executive Vice President Koichi Kondo told a news conference. "For Honda, the new Fit (subcompact) will fully contribute, and we'll be strengthening our minivehicle line-up. We ...

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