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This excerpt taken from the HMC 6-K filed Nov 20, 2007.

Management Policy

The company omits the disclosure of risk factors since there are no significant changes from the management policy disclosed in 6-K filed on May 22, 2007.

For the material of that 6-K, click on the following link.

http://www.honda.co.jp/investors/

This excerpt taken from the HMC 6-K filed May 22, 2007.

Management Policy

The company omits the disclosure of risk factors since there are no significant changes from the management policy disclosed in 6-K filed on September 30, 2006.

For the material of that 6-K, click on the following link.

http://www.honda.co.jp/investors/

This excerpt taken from the HMC 6-K filed Nov 20, 2006.

Management Policy

Honda’s business activities are based on fundamental corporate philosophies known as “Respect for the Individual” and “The Three Joys.” “Respect for the Individual” defines Honda’s relationship with its associates, business partners and society. It is based on sharing a commitment to initiative, equality and mutual trust among people. It is Honda’s belief that everyone who comes into contact with Honda’s activities will gain a sense of satisfaction through the experience of buying, selling or creating Honda’s products and services. This philosophy is expressed as “The Three Joys.” With these corporate philosophies as the foundation, Honda’s business is guided by the following Company Principle:

“Maintaining a global viewpoint, we are dedicated to supplying products of the highest quality at a reasonable price for worldwide customer satisfaction.” Honda actively works to share a sense of satisfaction with all of its customers as well as its shareholders, and to continue improving its corporate value.

This excerpt taken from the HMC 6-K filed May 18, 2006.

Management Policy

Honda’s business activities are based on fundamental corporate philosophies known as “Respect for the Individual” and “The Three Joys.” “Respect for the Individual” defines Honda’s relationship with its associates, business partners and society. It is based on sharing a commitment to initiative, equality and mutual trust among people. It is Honda’s belief that everyone who comes into contact with Honda’s activities will gain a sense of satisfaction through the experience of buying, selling or creating Honda’s products and services. This philosophy is expressed as “The Three Joys.” With these corporate philosophies as the foundation, Honda’s business is guided by the following Company Principle:

“Maintaining a global viewpoint, we are dedicated to supplying products of the highest quality at a reasonable price for worldwide customer satisfaction.” Honda actively works to share a sense of satisfaction with all of its customers as well as its shareholders, and to continue improving its corporate value.

This excerpt taken from the HMC 6-K filed Nov 17, 2005.

Management Policy

 

Honda’s business activities are based on fundamental corporate philosophies known as “Respect for the Individual” and “The Three Joys.” “Respect for the Individual” defines Honda’s relationship with its associates, business partners and society. It is based on sharing a commitment to initiative, equality and mutual trust among people. It is Honda’s belief that everyone who comes into contact with Honda’s activities will gain a sense of satisfaction through the experience of buying, selling or creating Honda’s products and services. This philosophy is expressed as “The Three Joys.” With these corporate philosophies as the foundation, Honda’s business is guided by the following Company Principle:

 

“Maintaining a global viewpoint, we are dedicated to supplying products of the highest quality at a reasonable price for worldwide customer satisfaction.” Honda actively works to share a sense of satisfaction with all of its customers as well as its shareholders, and to continue improving its corporate value.

 

This excerpt taken from the HMC 6-K filed Apr 29, 2005.

Management Policy

 

Honda’s business activities are based on fundamental corporate philosophies known as “Respect for the Individual” and “The Three Joys.”

 

“Respect for the Individual” defines Honda’s relationship with its associates, business partners and society. It is based on sharing a commitment to initiative, equality and mutual trust among people.

 

It is Honda’s belief that everyone who comes into contact with Honda’s activities will gain a sense of satisfaction through the experience of buying, selling or creating Honda’s products and services. This philosophy is expressed as “The Three Joys.”

 

With these corporate philosophies as the foundation, Honda’s business is guided by the following Company Principle:

 

“Maintaining a global viewpoint, we are dedicated to supplying products of the highest quality at a reasonable price for worldwide customer satisfaction.”

 

Honda actively works to share a sense of satisfaction with all of its customers as well as its shareholders, and to continue improving its corporate value.

 

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