Honda's annual motorcycle production capacity in the entire Asia & Oceania region has now reached approximately 12.7 million units. Against a backdrop of rapid economic growth, vigorous motorcycle demand in the region has been a driving force for global markets, and Honda plants in the region also fulfill a significant role as export bases for advanced countries. In Thailand, in addition to production of motorcycles for the domestic market, Honda has established a cross-border supply system to provide motorcycles and parts to neighboring countries and other regions such as Europe and North America. In India, construction of a new plant is under way along with expansion of production capacity at existing plants, as we put in place a production system that will more efficiently cover this vast country. In Indonesia, a new plant dedicated to the production of scooter models will bring total annual capacity including existing plants to about 5.3 million units, and in Vietnam, construction of a new plant is also planned. In the growing African market, Honda has launched the Ace CB125 and Ace CB125-D—two affordable, strategic small motorcycles—in 2011 in Nigeria. Honda will also launch these models in other African countries where growth in demand is expected and will work toward increasing their sales.