Honda Cuts Production by 30% at Select Plants

A new Reuters report says Honda Motor is cutting production by up to 30%. 

Logistical problems and supply chain snags are forcing the automaker to scale back operations in Japan. 

The company is reducing output on two lines in western Japan by 10% this month, increasing cuts to nearly 30% in August. 

Another assembly plant north of Tokyo will start making cuts next month. 

Honda previously adjusted production goals in May, but had hoped to return to normal by June.

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