Alabama appears to be in the running for Honda Motor Co. Ltd.'s third U.S. assembly plant. Honda wants to have a third plant up and running by 2002 (see Ward's Automotive Reports — April 19, '99, p.6). Sources say Alabama state officials are putting together an economic proposal package to present to the Japanese automaker. Honda de Mexico expects a boost in production at its Jalisco plant to increase its Mexican sales by 50%. Last year buyers had to wait two months for V-6 Accords and an ...

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