UPDATE 1-Vietnam eases tensions in motorcycle spat

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(Recasts with comments from industry officials, JETRO, Honda spokesman) HANOI, Sept 25 (Reuters) - Three weeks after suddenly imposing import quotas on motorcycle components, Hanoi might soon ease the blow by providing more parts to largest assembler Honda Vietnam so that it can restart stalled production. Motorcycle makers can expect a reallocation of quotas to raise Honda's component ceiling, which "would be carried out in October at the earliest", Ngo Anh Dung, head of the Trade ...

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