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    INTRODUCTION Honda Motor (Honda) has been found at 1948 in Japan. It has developing motorcycle's engine. Since 1959s, Honda became the largest motorcycle manufacturer in the world. Not only in Japan, but also made a successful brand in US in 1973. The new model CIVIC (CIVIC) was introduced in the market and got the market due to energy and oil prices increase in a high level. Therefore, the consumer's behavior had been changed. As CIVIC had a smaller capacity engine as that of US produced. With the

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    HONDA HISTORY OF HONDA: When Soichiro Honda was a young boy; he always had a great interest in the field of automobiles. In Japan he worked as mechanic in a tuning shop. In his earlier time of carrier he made pistons designs for Toyota which later on were rejected because of flaws indication in them. But he did not give up, he started from the scratch build the pistons again and this time he was able to overcome the flaws which were indicated earlier in his piston designs. This was accepted by the

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    Honda Cars

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    Racial Riots in America Over the past century, beginning before World War I, many incidents have occurred involving white mob assaults against entire black communities. In most of the cases these white mobs attacked the black neighborhoods, beating and killing the residents in many numbers. They also set fire and destroyed the blacks property. This was the result of the white society trying to maintain their superiority over the black communities, keeping them as the minority. These brutal confrontations

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    Strategic Management at Honda 1. Firstly what is strategic management? It is the process of specifying an organization’s objectives, developing policies and plans to achieve these objectives, and allocating resources so as to implement the plans. Strategic management is usually performed by the highest level of managers in the company. A company’s strategy must be realistic enough for it to achieve it; hence it must make sure it has the right resources to be able to cope with the strategy

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    Introduction Honda Motor Co., Ltd. (Honda), was establish on September 24, 1948, develops, produces and manufactures a variety of motor products, ranging from light general-purpose engines and scooters to specialty sports cars (Honda, 2014). They started with a bike equipped with machine tools in 1948, and since then Honda has performed a variety of innovative products that give meaning to each individual's mobility and life in a community. Today, Honda Motor Co., Ltd business segments are in the

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    The Honda Car Company and Its Founder The Honda car company was started by a creative, hardworking, industrious man who had the ability to see what people wanted almost before that knew they wanted it. This was continued throughout the history of Honda, and had served to make Honda one of the most respected marquis today. Soichiro Honda was born on November seventeenth 1906, and he died on August fifth 1991. In between these dates, he built and raced many cars and motorcycles, accumulated

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    Marketing of Honda Motorcycles in the USA

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    Marketing of Honda motorcycles in the USA The American Honda Motor Company was established as a subsidiary by Honda in 1959. During the 1960's the type of motorcycles brought by Americans underwent a major change. Motorcycle registrations increased by over 800,000 in five years from 1960. In the early 60's the major competitors were Haley - Davidson of U.S.A, BSA, Triumph and Norton of the UK and Motto - Guzzi of Italy. Harley-Davidson had the largest market share with sales in 1959 totalling

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    Introduction A tlas Honda Limited (AHL) is a joint venture between the Atlas Group and Honda Motor Co. Ltd., Japan. The company was created by the merger of Panjdarya Limited and Atlas Autos Ltd. in 1988. Both these motorcycle manufacturing concerns were established by the Atlas Group. In addition, a third concern, Atlas Epak Ltd. was taken over by the Government of Bangladesh in 1971 after the fall of Dhaka. AHL manufactures and markets Honda motorcycles in collaboration with Honda Motor Company. The

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    Honda CRX

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    Honda CRX The CRX has been a vehicle way ahead of its time and a best seller for Honda for over twenty years since it was first introduced in 1985. It was inevitable from the start that there would be a reintroduction of one of the most sophisticated models ever introduced by Honda. Honda for over ten years has been seriously considering the redevelopment into the new concept version of the CRX. This vehicle would have similar past qualities, such as being a two seated hatchback and containing

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    Honda Karizma Case Study

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    At the time of its launch in 2003, the Hero Honda Karizma was a revelation in the Indian motorcycle market. Finally, there was a motorcycle with enticing engine capacity, good power figures and Honda's reliability. The karizma has been the bread and butter of the long distance adventure biker since its launch,with hero making minor cosmetic changes here and there.For many years the bike continued to hold its own against its main rival the pulsar 220 but was clearly getting old among its competition

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