Honda strike

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Honda's four auto assembly plants in China were forced to a halt after workers at the company's parts maker staged strike demanding better wages in late May.

The strike, the largest industrial action ever reported in China, was continuing on Thursday after negotiations broke down between the management of Honda's supplier factory in China and its 1,900 workers, according to an executive in Honda Auto Parts Manufacturing Co in Foshan, Guangdong province.

The production of those plants were resumed on June 2, but negotiations were continued for higher pay.

Walkout was resumed this Monday, June 7,  after the wokers rejected the employer's offer.

Senior executives of Honda Motor Co. will arrive at a Honda supplier's plant on June 13 to negotiate with workers, sources reveal.

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