North American Honda Production to Return to Normal in December

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This year has been a difficult one for Honda, as the company has been seriously affected by the earthquake and tsunami in Japan, as well as by the Thai floods, with one of the results being that the automotive producer was forced to slow down the pace of its North American production.
However, it seems that the company has managed to overcome the problems and will bring its North American production sites to normal capacity in early December, as Automotive News writes.

We’ll remind you that both the earthquake in Japan and the floods in Thailand caused Honda to run low on parts supplies, which slowed down the entire production process.
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