Asian Honda Motor Co., Honda Motor Co. Ltd.’s Bangkok-based Asia-Oceania regional division, plans to spend 6.2 billion baht ($207 million), on its second manufacturing plant in Thailand, a move that will double its production capacity to 240,000 units annually. Asian Honda President and CEO Tatsuhiro Oyama says the new plant will begin production in October 2008. The decision to build the facility is the result of the Thai government’s eco-car program intended to make the country a ...

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