SHANGHAI, May 27 (Reuters) - Honda Motor said on Thursday it has no timetable to resume production at its four vehicle manufacturing plants in China after they were shut by a labour dispute at one of its parts plants. Honda, along with the local government in Fushan, in southern China's Guangdong province, is in discussions with workers over a labour dispute at a parts plant there that led to a walkout last week, its China spokesman Zhu Linjie said. Japan's Nihon Keizai Shimbun daily ...
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