TOKYO, Oct 29 (Reuters) - A top Honda Motor Co executive said on Friday the Japanese automaker wanted to maintain current domestic production levels of around 1 million cars a year despite the yen's strength. "Even if the dollar fell below 80 yen, we can't suddenly shift production out of Japan," Executive Vice President Koichi Kondo told a news conference. "We'd like to keep current production levels in Japan, in view of job protection too." (Reporting by Chang-Ran Kim; Editing by ...
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