Honda Motor Co. Ltd. set a 6-month global production record during the first half of 2004, turning out some 1.56 million vehicles, or 4.1% more than like-2003. The auto maker posted a 4.3% increase in domestic production vs. like-2003, while its record global performance was spurred by best-ever tallies in Europe (96,633) and Asia (203,736). Total overseas production of 955,532 units represents 61% of Honda’s total production during the period, outpacing like-2003 by 3.9% and marking the ...

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