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Japanese carmakers post strong sales in March


Japanese carmakers Toyota and Nissan, on Tuesday posted higher than expected sales for the month of March as a thaw in the weather began to bring car buyers back to showrooms. Toyota, the largest carmaker in the world said new car sales rose 4.9 percent last month compared to March 2013. The automaker sold 215,348 units in March.   “Solid March sales pushed ...
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