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Old 01 Mar 2013, 02:09 am
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Default Honda Opens First New Domestic Plant In Nearly 50 Years

A weakening yen and a rebounding economy have occurred just in time for Honda. The auto maker is opening its first new Japanese plant in 49 years, bucking a trend by Japanese auto makers of opening new plants in every locale but Japan. Numerous trends, including a shrinking population, a strong yen and the 2011 [...]
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