Honda Motor Co. Ltd. is considering building a third U.S. assembly plant, Japanese press reports say. No specific sites are named, but the plant reportedly will begin output in 2002 with a minimum annual capacity of 100,000 units. Honda says no formal decision has been made. Canadian Auto Workers union members agree to end a sit-in at a Johnson Controls Inc. facility in Stratford, Ont., which supplies DaimlerChrysler AG's Bramalea, Ont., LH car plant, before the automaker was forced to ...
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