Akio Toyoda, the new Chairman of the Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association (JAMA) as from 17 May, has outlined a number of priorities for the Japanese auto industry going forward, including the need to combat plans by the Japanese government to raise the consumption/sales tax from 2014.
Toyoda, also the President of …
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