Honda Motor Co. Ltd.’s Indian manufacturing and sales subsidiary, Honda Siel Cars India Ltd., will increase output next year from 30,000 units annually to 50,000 by year-end due to growth of the Indian auto market. Honda is investing RP1.34 billion ($30.5 million) to expand its existing plant and increase the amount of weld and paint equipment there. Honda says the planned increase in production is particularly due to the growth in the segments in which the Honda City and Accord models ...

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