TOKYO, Nov 25 (Reuters) - Japanese automaker Honda Motor Co Ltd said on Monday its domestic vehicle output for October was up 12.8 percent from the same month last year at 120,900 units. Its overseas output was up 3.4 percent at 131,132 units, while globally output rose 7.7 percent to 252,032 units. Production rose 43.3 percent in Europe and 60.2 percent in Asia, continuing a trend in place for 22 straight months. In North America, production fell 9.9 percent.
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