TOKYO, Oct 30 (Reuters) - Japan's Honda Motor Co is likely to be forced to keep its Thai factory shut for about six months due to severe flooding, a move seen affecting 3 percent of its annual global car output, the Nikkei business daily reported on Sunday. Japan's number three automaker has suspended operations at its factory in central Thailand for weeks, with no sign of a restart. The company believes it will have to replace most of its equipment and facilities that were submerged by ...
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