Honda Motor Co. Ltd. reportedly is shifting production of its CR-V cross/utility vehicle for the U.S. market from the U.K. to one of its two Ohio plants. The CR-V will continue to be built in the U.K. for the European market, a company spokesman tells Dow Jones Newswires, as well as in Japan for the U.S. Production at either Honda of America Mfg. Inc.’s East Liberty or Marysville, OH, facility is slated to begin in 2006. No jobs reportedly will be added. The shift from the U.K. is in ...

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