Toyota and Mitsubishi plan to reopen their Thailand manufacturing plants in the coming weeks, after closing them early last month when massive flooding cut off parts supplies. Mitsubishi says in a statement it will restart its production lines Nov. 14. The Bangkok Post reports Toyota hopes to get back to building vehicles Nov 21, after stopping operations Oct. 10. The newspaper quotes Toyota President Akio Toyoda as saying the auto maker still is estimating what its overall capacity ...

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