Honda says it will invest $98 million in its Anna, OH, engine plant to build its next-generation powertrain technologies. The move is aligned with a $120 million investment, announced last year for the production of a new continuously variable transmission at Honda’s Russells Point, OH, facility. The Anna plant will make high-tech pulley components for the new CVT, which the auto maker says is part of its “Earth Dreams” powertrain-technology lineup, set to be deployed ...

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