TOKYO – Honda Motor Co. Ltd. is on the move again in China, unfazed by a raging price war and the alarm bells ringing in Beijing and elsewhere about an overheated economy and overcrowded automobile industry. The company's latest leap forward is a new ¥28 billion ($265 million) assembly plant – another joint venture in Guangzhou with Chinese partners – with installed capacity of 120,000 units and a startup target of summer 2006. Fit a candidate for new China venture. No decision has ...

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