• Flood damaged cars sit at the Honda factory in Ayutthaya province on December 27, 2011. Japanese car assembler Honda automobile (Thailand) started to scrap 1,055 cars which were damaged by the recent floods in Thailand, ensuring that damaged parts would not be sold, the company said in statement. AFP PHOTO/PORNCHAI KITTIWONGSAKUL (Photo credit should read PORNCHAI KITTIWONGSAKUL/AFP/Getty Images)
  • Flood damaged cars sit at the Honda factory in Ayutthaya province on December 27, 2011. Japanese car assembler Honda automobile (Thailand) started to scrap 1,055 cars which were damaged by the recent floods in Thailand, ensuring that damaged parts would not be sold, the company said in statement. AFP PHOTO/PORNCHAI KITTIWONGSAKUL (Photo credit should read PORNCHAI KITTIWONGSAKUL/AFP/Getty Images)
  • A worker talks on his mobile phone next to lines of Honda cars that were damaged by the flood before the destruction demonstration at Honda automobile plant in Ayutthaya province, central Thailand Tuesday, Dec. 27, 2011. The 1,055 unit of Honda cars, mostly Brio eco-cars and City subcompacts, were destroyed in an action to assure to customers that the flood-damaged cars will not be repaired and sold. (AP Photo/Apichart Weerawong)
  • Flood damaged cars sit at the Honda factory in Ayutthaya province on December 27, 2011. Japanese car assembler Honda automobile (Thailand) started to scrap 1,055 cars which were damaged by the recent floods in Thailand, ensuring that damaged parts would not be sold, the company said in statement. AFP PHOTO/PORNCHAI KITTIWONGSAKUL (Photo credit should read PORNCHAI KITTIWONGSAKUL/AFP/Getty Images)
  • A worker walks in front of lines of Honda cars that were damaged by the flood before the destruction demonstration at Honda automobile plant in Ayutthaya province, central Thailand Tuesday, Dec. 27, 2011. The 1,055 unit of Honda cars, mostly Brio eco-cars and City subcompacts, were destroyed in an action to assure to customers that the flood-damaged cars will not be repaired and sold. (AP Photo/Apichart Weerawong)
  • Workers walk amidst Honda cars that were damaged by the flood before the destruction demonstration at Honda automobile plant in Ayutthaya province, central Thailand Tuesday, Dec. 27, 2011. The 1,055 unit of Honda cars, mostly Brio eco-cars and City subcompacts, were destroyed in an action to assure to customers that the flood-damaged cars will not be repaired and sold. (AP Photo/Apichart Weerawong)
  • Honda cars that were damaged because of the flood are parked on the ground while waiting to be destroyed at a Honda automobile plant in Ayutthaya province, central Thailand Tuesday, Dec. 27, 2011. The 1,055 unit of Honda cars, mostly Brio eco-cars and City subcompacts, were destroyed in an action to assure to customers that the flood-damaged cars will not be repaired and sold. (AP Photo/Apichart Weerawong)
  • TO GO WITH 'THAILAND-FLOODS-ECONOMY-BUSINESS' by Kelly Macnamara (FILES) This aerial picture shows cars submerged in floodwaters at a Honda automotive factory at an industrial estate in Ayutthaya province on November 19, 2011. Huge swathes of central Thailand were left under water for weeks when severe monsoon rains caused massive inundations, ruining crops, closing thousands of factories and swamping millions of homes. Hundreds of thousands of people were put out of work when the floodwaters swept into key industrial estates in Ayutthaya and on the outskirts of the capital Bangkok. AFP PHOTO / Pornchai KITTIWONGSAKUL (Photo credit should read PORNCHAI KITTIWONGSAKUL/AFP/Getty Images)
  • This aerial picture shows cars submerged in floodswaters at a Honda automotive factory in Ayutthaya province, north of Bangkok on November 19, 2011. Thailand's worst floods in decades may gradually be subsiding but ripples will be felt by companies and consumers for months to come, analysts say, underlining the fragility of the global supply chain. AFP PHOTO / Pornchai KITTIWONGSAKUL (Photo credit should read PORNCHAI KITTIWONGSAKUL/AFP/Getty Images)
  • Vehicles at Honda auto factory are submerged in floodwaters at the Rojana industrial district in Ayutthaya, central Thailand Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2011. Honda's auto factory in Thailand remains closed because of the floodwaters. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)
  • Vehicles at Honda auto factory are submerged in floodwaters at the Rojana industrial district in Ayutthaya, central Thailand Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2011. Honda's auto factory in Thailand remains closed because of the floodwaters. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)

  • Vehicles at Honda auto factory are submerged in floodwaters at the Rojana industrial district in Ayutthaya, central Thailand Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2011. Honda's auto factory in Thailand remains closed because of the floodwaters. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)
  • Vehicles at Honda auto factory are submerged in floodwaters at the Rojana industrial district in Ayutthaya, central Thailand Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2011. Honda's auto factory in Thailand remains closed because of the floodwaters. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)
  • Vehicles at Honda auto factory are submerged in floodwaters at the Rojana industrial district in Ayutthaya, central Thailand Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2011. Honda's auto factory in Thailand remains closed because of the floodwaters. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)
  • Vehicles at Honda auto factory are submerged in floodwaters at the Rojana industrial district in Ayutthaya, central Thailand Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2011. Honda's auto factory in Thailand remains closed because of the floodwaters. (AP photo/Sakchai Lalit)
  • Vehicles at Honda auto factory are submerged in floodwaters at the Rojana industrial district in Ayutthaya, central Thailand Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2011. Honda's auto factory in Thailand remains closed because of the floodwaters. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)
  • Vehicles at Honda auto factory are submerged in floodwaters at the Rojana industrial district in Ayutthaya, central Thailand Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2011. Honda's auto factory in Thailand remains closed because of the floodwaters. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)
  • Vehicles at Honda auto factory are submerged in floodwaters at the Rojana industrial district in Ayutthaya, central Thailand Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2011. Honda's auto factory in Thailand remains closed because of the floodwaters. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)
  • TO GO WITH 'THAILAND-FLOODS-ECONOMY-BUSINESS' by Kelly Macnamara (FILES) This aerial picture shows cars submerged in floodwaters at a Honda automotive factory at an industrial estate in Ayutthaya province on November 19, 2011. Huge swathes of central Thailand were left under water for weeks when severe monsoon rains caused massive inundations, ruining crops, closing thousands of factories and swamping millions of homes. Hundreds of thousands of people were put out of work when the floodwaters swept into key industrial estates in Ayutthaya and on the outskirts of the capital Bangkok. AFP PHOTO / Pornchai KITTIWONGSAKUL (Photo credit should read PORNCHAI KITTIWONGSAKUL/AFP/Getty Images)
  • Vehicles, center, at Honda auto factory are submerged in floodwaters at the Rojana industrial district in Ayutthaya, central Thailand Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2011. Honda's auto factory in Thailand remains closed because of the floodwaters. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)
  • Vehicles at Honda auto factory are submerged in floodwaters at the Rojana industrial district in Ayutthaya, central Thailand Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2011. Honda's auto factory in Thailand remains closed because of the floodwaters. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)
  • This aerial picture shows cars (L) submerged in floodswaters at a Honda automotive factory in Ayutthaya province, north of Bangkok on November 19, 2011. Thailand's worst floods in decades may gradually be subsiding but ripples will be felt by companies and consumers for months to come, analysts say, underlining the fragility of the global supply chain. AFP PHOTO / Pornchai KITTIWONGSAKUL (Photo credit should read PORNCHAI KITTIWONGSAKUL/AFP/Getty Images)
  • A Honda worker lifts a flood damaged car at the Honda factory in Ayutthaya province on December 27, 2011. Japanese car assembler Honda automobile (Thailand) started to scrap 1,055 cars which were damaged by the recent floods in Thailand, ensuring that damaged parts would not be sold, the company said in statement. AFP PHOTO/PORNCHAI KITTIWONGSAKUL (Photo credit should read PORNCHAI KITTIWONGSAKUL/AFP/Getty Images)
  • A Honda Jazz car hangs on a hydraulic claw before being destroyed during a destruction demonstration of the cars that were damaged because of the flood at Honda automobile plant in Ayutthaya province, central Thailand Tuesday, Dec. 27, 2011. The 1,055 unit of Honda cars, mostly Brio eco-cars and City subcompacts, were destroyed in an action to assure to customers that the flood-damaged cars will not be repaired and sold. (AP Photo/Apichart Weerawong)
  • A flood damaged Honda car is destroyed at the Honda factory in Ayutthaya province on December 27, 2011. Japanese car assembler Honda automobile (Thailand) started to scrap 1,055 cars which were damaged by the recent floods in Thailand, ensuring that damaged parts would not be sold, the company said in statement. AFP PHOTO/PORNCHAI KITTIWONGSAKUL (Photo credit should read PORNCHAI KITTIWONGSAKUL/AFP/Getty Images)


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