By Alison Leung HONG KONG, Feb 19 (Reuters) - A power crunch in China's prosperous southern province of Guangdong has disrupted operations at a high-profile automaking venture partly owned by Japan's Honda , but a spokesman said output should not be affected. Guangzhou Honda, a joint venture between Honda Motor Co and Denway Motors Ltd , said on Thursday that it had shut down operations on Fridays starting this month and staff will work Sundays instead to avoid peak consumption hours. ...
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