Honda Thailand is halting vehicle production because of a shortage of parts from Japan’s devastated supply network. The auto maker’s two plants in Ayutthaya, with a combined annual capacity of 240,000 units, will cease operations after the Songkran festival marking the traditional Thai New Year, April 13-15. “We will monitor the situation closely to determine when we can restart our production lines,” Jiraphol Rujiviphat, Honda Thailand’s chief spokesman tells the Bangkok Post. ...

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