The ripple effect from Thailand’s massive flooding reaches Malaysia, with Honda saying it is slowing vehicle deliveries because of a shortage of parts from its flooded plant in Ayutthaya province, Thailand. Honda Malaysia says in a statement the Thai facility provides a large number of parts for the Malaysian completely-knocked-down City, Civic, Accord and CR-V models. Honda Malaysia Managing Director and CEO Yoichiro Ueno says the auto maker has slowed output at its Melaka plant while ...

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