Honda says to create 700 new jobs at UK plant


LONDON, Sept 28 (Reuters) - Japan's Honda Motor Co. said on Thursday it planned to create 700 new jobs at its UK manufacturing plant as it increases production next year following strong demand. Honda said it planned to add a further shift at its Swindon plant to bring the total number of jobs to 4,900 due to demand for its new Civic 5-door and 3-door models. Honda said in a statement it expected to produce 190,000 cars at the UK plant in 2006 and this would increase to 250,000 by the ...

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