(Follows alerts) Nov 29 (Reuters) - Japanese automobile maker Honda Motor Co plans to resume production at its flood-affected automobile plant in Thailand from April 2012, six months after its forced shutdown, The Nikkei reported. Honda had to shut its assembly plant in the central province of Ayutthaya on Oct. 4, closing down 4.7 percent of its global output. Honda set the April target after assessing damages and has informed some parts makers. It will soon start replacing ruined ...
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