GUANGZHOU — Senior officials with Guangzhou Honda Automobile Co. Ltd. resort to threats to ensure their district sales offices adhere to a unified price for the company's new Accord. Honda previously had stated the price of the Accord models, which began to roll off the assembly line this spring, would hold at RMB298,000 (US$36,564). However, since the start of production, Honda's 14 district sales offices have hiked the price of the popular vehicles up to nearly RMB400,000 (US$49,079), ...

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