Honda's two plants located in the Chinese province of Guangdong have been closed for two weeks because of a strike operari Chinese. The 1900 workers of the two Chinese factories demanding a salary increase at Honda, which had moved some of its production in China because of its low labor costs. As reported by some media of the operari Honda would come to feel about 1500 yuan (about 220 U.S. dollars, 183 euros) per month.
Honda after two weeks of unrest has brought the workers a wage increase of 24% to about 366 yuan (56.60 U.S. dollars, 44.74 euros). Which would increase the monthly salary to about 1910 yuan (280 U.S. $ 233.5 million).
According to the Associated Press reported that a spokesman for Honda said that the dispute has been resolved and that the situation in all the factories concerned has returned to normal. Some workers continue to seek an increase of about 800 yuan (117 dollars, almost 98 euros), although all workers have decided to return to work.
Honda has announced plans to increase its production in China of 30% by 2012, reaching production 830mila cars per year.