Honda expects China output to return to or exceed normal level by Aug


BEIJING, May 27 (Reuters) - Honda Motor said on Friday that production at its two car ventures in China is expected to return to or even exceed normal levels by August as it buys more parts from Japan. Shortages of certain Japan-made parts have affected Japanese auto makers' production in China, including for Toyota Motor and Nissan Motor . Honda, which makes cars in partnership with Dongfeng Motor Group and Guangzhou Automobile Group , did not say exactly how severely its two car ...

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