TOKYO, Nov 15 (Reuters) - Isuzu Motors Ltd said on Tuesday that it plans to restart its Thai plant, halted due to a shortage of parts in the wake of flooding, on Nov. 21 instead of a previously stated Nov. 18. It said that output would depend on parts supply and logistics. (Reporting by Mayumi Negishi)
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