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    Study: 70% of Japanese vehicles sold in America are built here, too

    A new study by the Japanese Automobile Manufacturers Association has found 70 percent of Japanese vehicles sold in the U.S. were built on a North American assembly line. According to, the study found that more than 400,000 jobs have been created by Japanese automakers since ...

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    Report: Japanese automakers will test vehicles for radiation before export

    Japan continues to struggle from the effects of the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, and one of the biggest issues facing the nation has been the nuclear disaster at the Fukushima Daiichi power plant. The facility is now a grade seven nuclear disaster, which puts it on the same scale as the ...

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    This year's Tokyo Motor Show? JAMA Be There (but most of the world's automakers won't)

    What if one of the world's preeminent auto nations threw a party and nobody came? That's the question on everyone's minds today as the Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association (JAMA) has announced that most of the world's major automakers have decided to sit out this fall's show. We already knew ...

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    JAMA says Tokyo Motor Show may be cancelled

    Blaming the global financial crisis, and the fact that fewer non-Japanese automakers have signed up to exhibit, the Japan Automobile Manufacturers' Association is in the midst of debating whether or not to cancel the 2009 Tokyo Motor Show. The show is set to run this Oct. 23-Nov. 8. If canceled, it ...


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