SHANGHAI, May 31 (Reuters) - Honda Motor expects its four car manufacturing plants in China to resume production on Monday morning after it agreed to a pay rise for its employees at a parts plant in the country, a company spokesman said on Monday. Production at the car plants was halted for most of last week as it was unable to resolve a labour dispute at a China parts factory. [ID:nSGE64P0KG] The Japanese automaker has since been negotiating with its workers, who had demanded a pay rise ...
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