NEW DELHI – Honda Motor Co. Ltd. will double vehicle-making capacity in India to 100,000 units annually by 2010, President and CEO Takeo Fukui revealed last month in outlining a 3-year plan for raising global sales by 23% to 4 million vehicles. Honda's global plans call for significant sales growth in Asia, in particular in China. And the auto maker plans to improve its powertrain technology to sharpen its competitive edge and enlarge its regional coverage to broaden sales. Honda to ...
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