* Big auto plants idled by strikes at two suppliers * Strike resolved at NHK Spring, Honda to restart plants * Chinese labour expert says more strikes may follow * Nissan's Ghosn says "careful" about Chinese suppliers (Updates with end of strike at NHK Spring) By Chang-Ran Kim and Don Durfee TOKYO/HONG KONG, June 23 (Reuters) - Japanese auto makers Toyota and Honda said major car factories in south China halted work on Wednesday due to strikes at parts suppliers, as worker ...
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