Honda Thailand is planning a March 31 ceremony to commemorate the resumption of vehicle production this week for the first time since massive floods rolled through its plant in Ayutthaya province last October. The factory, which has an annual capacity of 40,000 units, has been on hiatus for nearly six months since the historic floods. Honda says production loss totals about 120,000 vehicles. Companywide efforts have been focused on cleaning, inspecting, repairing and replacing plant ...

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