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Japanese Automakers Plan to Win Back Lost European Market


Japanese automakers are trying to win back business in the European auto market with new cars fitted with smart interiors and small fuel-efficient diesel engines. Automakers in Japan have decided to stop losing ground in Europe to South Korean rivals Kia and Hyundai, by reducing the costs and investing profits from a weaker yen to ensure strong growth on the Old ...
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Japanese Automakers Expect Higher Sales in the US This Year
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