Toyota Thailand halts all sales and marketing activities and will not take vehicle orders at the Thailand International Motor Expo from Dec. 1-12 because of its huge backlog stemming from the ongoing flood crisis in that country. But Honda Thailand, whose plant remains under water, tells the Bangkok Post it will display its locally built cars at the annual show and accept new orders despite a backlog of 37,000. The Japanese auto maker has no clear outlook on the reopening of its swamped ...
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