Honda’s Dream of U.S. Production Protects Profit

Honda Motor Co. became the first Japanese automaker to build cars in the U.S. 28 years ago in part to fulfill a long-held goal of founder Soichiro Honda. The company’s success in shifting production is shielding profits from the yen’s advance to a 15-year high against the dollar.

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