Each of the Japanese Big Three auto makers reports output fell at home in October, but rose in overseas markets. Honda Motor Co. Ltd. domestic production dipped 1.5% vs. October 2003. However, so far in 2004, the auto maker has assembled 6.1% more vehicles in Japan than year-ago and has broken its previous annual output record. Honda’s overseas production rose 3.2% in October, thanks to a strong (52.6%) increase in Asian output. In North America Honda saw build levels fall 8.8% last ...
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