GUANGZHOU — Officials of Guangzhou Honda Automobile Co. Ltd., which has begun production of the Accord sedan, say the biggest competitor they face in China is not the new Shanghai Buicks now on the market, but other Honda Accords smuggled into the country through the gray market. The China factory will build 10,000 vehicles this year, raising the output to 30,000 units in 2000. Another joint venture is producing the 2.3L engines for the cars. Honda Motor Co. Ltd. reportedly has spent about ...

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