Honda to stop output at one Japan plant by 2022 as domestic sales stagnate

TOKYO (Reuters) – Honda Motor Co said on Wednesday it plans to stop production at one of its domestic plants within the next five years, cutting capacity by around 24 percent in Japan amid stagnant sales at home, as the automaker focuses on making …
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