HANOI, Sept 25 (Reuters) - Honda Vietnam Co, a unit of the world's largest motorcycle maker Honda Motor Co Ltd , could reopen its assembly line as soon as next month when it gets extra import quotas, state-run media reported on Wednesday. Motorcycle makers would see a reallocation of imported component quotas to raise Honda's ceiling, and this "would be carried out in October at the earliest", Ngo Anh Dung, head of the Trade Ministry's investment department, was quoted by the Thanh Nien ...
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