June 1 (Reuters) – Honda Motor Co (7267.T) said its four car plants in China would likely stay suspended at least through Thursday as negotiations to smooth over a labour dispute at a parts plant continue.
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Japan’s second-biggest automaker has decided to keep the joint venture factory operated by Dongfeng Honda suspended until June 3, a spokesman in Tokyo said. It expects the two factories run by Guangqi Honda and a separate export-only factory also to stay idle through Thursday, although a final decision was pending, he said.
Plans for June 4 and beyond will be decided on Thursday, a spokesman said.