SHANGHAI, May 28 (Reuters) - Honda Motor is still trying to resolve a labour dispute at a China parts plant that led to the closure of all four of its car plants in the country and has no timetable for resuming production, a company spokesman said on Friday. The Japanese automaker said on Thursday that production at its China car manufacturing facilities would be halted at least until Friday. [ID:nSGE64P0KG] A Honda China spokesman told Reuters on Friday that there was no guarantee that ...
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