HONG KONG, May 30 (Reuters) - A Honda Motor Co parts plant in China has pressured school interns not to strike, after labour discontent closed all its vehicle factories in the world's biggest auto market, the South China Morning Post said on Sunday. Managers at the No. 2 Japanese automaker distributed the letters asking the interns, who make up more than half of the workforce at the parts factory in Foshan, to stay with the company, the newspaper said. The company asked them to stay out ...
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