Oct 31 (Reuters) - Honda Motor Co Ltd will temporarily cut production at its six plants in the United States and Canada due to parts shortages stemming from the flooding in Thailand, the company said on Monday. Auto production will be about 50 percent of the originally planned levels through November 10. The sale date of the 2012 Honda CR-V crossover, which was scheduled for December, may be delayed by several weeks. Honda's North American auto plants buy the bulk of their parts from ...
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