TOKYO, Feb 27 (Reuters) - The head of Honda Motor Co said on Wednesday he did not expect the U.S. market as a whole to enter a recession, noting record-high sales for the Japanese automaker's cars in the East Coast and Midwest regions. "It's true that our sales are falling in Florida and California, but we're recording our best-ever sales in the East Coast and Midwest," Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui told a news conference. "There's been no sign at all that these markets will ...
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