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Honda Motor Co. said Tuesday it will continue halving production at its North American plants through Nov. 25 as flooding in Thailand has disrupted the supply of some key electronic parts sourced from the country.

The production cuts may persist for some time, with the automaker stating that the “situation will require adjustments for the next several weeks.” The Thai flooding has also forced Toyota Motor Corp. to continue production adjustments at its North American plants, sparking worries over the impact on Japanese manufacturers in their key North American market.

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