Honda to keep vehicle plants in Wuhan suspended through Feb. 13

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TOKYO (Reuters) – Honda Motor Co (T:) said Friday it will keep operations at its vehicle plants in Wuhan, China, suspended through Feb. 13, as previously planned.

The newspaper reported on Thursday that Japan’s third-biggest automaker would extend the factory suspensions until at least late February. Wuhan is the epicenter of a new virus outbreak that has spread across China.

Domestic rival Toyota Motor Corp said Friday its Chinese plants would remain suspended through Feb. 16.

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