Japan motorbike makers to resume Vietnam assembly


HANOI, Nov 6 (Reuters) - Two major Japanese motorcycle makers that had suspended assembly of vehicles in Vietnam due to a shortage of components say they expect to resume production soon following an easing of curbs on imported motorbike parts. Last Thursday, Hanoi decreed that an extra 185,000 sets of motorbike parts can be brought in this year, nearly two months after it abruptly set curbs on the kits. The quotas resulted in production suspensions at Vietnam's biggest foreign motorbike ...

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