Honda Thailand says it is making progress in restoring facilities and manufacturing equipment at its production plant after completing the drainage of flood water. The plant, forced to halt production Oct. 4 by the massive flooding that inundated large areas of Thailand, is expected to resume output by the end of March. The auto maker’s operations in neighboring Asian counties, disrupted by a shortage of parts from Thailand, also are returning to planned production ...

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