Devastating floods covering 30 provinces and killing at least 269 have Thai auto industry officials disagreeing on whether production will reach the forecast 1.8 million units this year. Honda so far is the only major auto maker forced to suspend production because of flooding at its base in Ayutthaya province. The company says high water levels and turbulence hindered its efforts to prevent flooding at its sole Thai assembly plant, located in the Rojana industrial park. Because it ...

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