Toyota Thailand halts production at its three assembly plants as massive flooding dries up its parts supply. The auto maker joins Honda Thailand, whose factory is under water, and Mazda Thailand, which is checking the situation with its parts suppliers, in stopping production. Toyota Thailand Executive Vice President Wutthikorn Suriyachantanano says in a statement emailed to WardsAuto the widespread flooding has affected some Toyota components suppliers, resulting in the vehicle-parts ...

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