LONDON — Honda Motor Co. Ltd. is cutting Accord and Civic production by 50% at its Swindon, U.K., plant for several months due to falling sales, published reports say. The company also plans to add small-scale production of the CR-V sport/utility vehicle (SUV) at the plant and will build a separate new small car at a nearby plant next year. The Japanese automaker says it will not lay off any of its 3,100 workers, who instead will undergo training or work on machine tool assembly during ...

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