Honda Restarts Production at Wuhan Plant

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March 13, 2020—Honda reopened its production in the city at the epicenter of the global pandemic, reported The Detroit Free Press.

Honda's car assembly plant in Wuhan, China resumed production Wednesday.

Production resumed with limited volume. None of the plant’s production is sold in the United States. It builds vehicles including the CR-V, Civic, Inspire, VR-X, XR-V and Jade.

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