NEW DELHI, Oct 30 (Reuters) - The Indian car unit of Honda Motor Co launched a new version of its top-selling City model on Thursday which it hoped would help the Japanese giant nearly double daily production. "Our daily production will be 100 cars from 53 now," H. Yamada, president of Honda Siel, a joint venture between Japan's second largest automaker and local firm Siel Ltd, told reporters. "Basically, we are aiming at selling 2,000 units of the new City each month." The company was ...
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