SHANGHAI, June 24 (Reuters) - Honda Motor Co said on Thursday a south China car plant, which halted production due to a lack of parts from a strike at a supplier, has resumed operation. "All of our four car plants in China are running normally now," said a Honda spokesman in China. Honda halted operations at one of two plants at Guangqi Honda, one of the company's joint ventures in China, due to a labour strike at its parts supplier Denso (Guangzhou Nansha) Co Ltd. The halted plant has ...
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