Honda Malaysia begins construction of a MYR350 million ($111 million) second production line at its plant in Pegoh, Malacca, that will double the number of cars it produces to 100,000 units a year before the end of 2013. The Honda production and sales joint venture holds a groundbreaking ceremony to mark the start of construction of the line, which will build mostly small models such as the Jazz, known as the Fit in the U.S., and hybrid vehicles. The expansion at the 51% Honda-owned JV ...

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