Honda cuts vehicle output SAO PAULO — Honda Motor Co. Ltd. plans to cut vehicle output at its plant here nearly in half because of the country's economic crisis. Honda says it will cut Civic output to 18,000 from 30,000. Honda began Civic production in 1997 at its plant in Sao Paulo and had planned to double production in 1999 from the 17,500 units manufactured in 1998. Honda says it is optimistic that its motorcycle sales can take up some of the slack. Honda makes more than 400,000 ...

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