* Big auto plants idled by strikes at two suppliers * Chinese labour expert says more strikes may follow * Honda, Toyota shares fall in line with broader market * Nissan's Ghosn says "careful" about Chinese suppliers By Chang-Ran Kim and Don Durfee TOKYO/HONG KONG, June 23 (Reuters) - Japanese auto giants Toyota and Honda said major car factories in south China halted work on Wednesday due to strikes at parts suppliers, as worker discontent continued to jolt the industry and ...
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