The recovery at American Honda continues, as a top U.S. official says sales this month should climb by a double-digit rate. The auto maker, which includes the Honda and Acura brands, likely will exceed year-ago daily deliveries by 10%-11% in April, nearly repeating its March performance, Mike Accavitti, senior vice president-automobile operations, tells reporters in a conference call. Last month, combined Honda and Acura deliveries rose 11.1%, hiking its first-quarter total 5.5% to ...

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