Honda Canada Inc. no longer will inform U.S. importers whether cars built for the Canadian market were repaired after a recall – a controversial move meant to stem the flow of gray-market imports from Canada, where cars are sold for less than in the more affluent U.S. market. Some retailers import the less-expensive Canadian vehicles and sell them for the same price as U.S. cars, at greater profits. Honda reportedly is operating under the theory that lack of information about recall ...
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