DETROIT, June 27 (Reuters) - Honda Motor Co. scheduled a high-profile news conference on Wednesday in the Indiana town of Greensburg, stoking expectations that it had chosen the site for a $400 million auto plant. Indiana officials have lobbied hard to convince Honda to bring the plant to the state, which is projected to be completed by 2008 and to employ some 1,500 workers. Ohio, already the home to two Honda assembly plants and an engine plant, had also been in negotiations with Honda ...
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