TOKYO, May 28 (Reuters) - Honda Motor Co said production at its three Chinese vehicle plants supplying the domestic market would be halted at least until Monday after they were shut by a labour dispute at a key parts facility. A fourth factory, which normally builds 120 Jazz subcompacts a day for export, will work at a reduced pace of 50 units on May 31, using parts from inventory, a spokeswoman in Tokyo said. She added that negotiations with the workforce were still ongoing, and that ...
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