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In the zero-sum game of auto sales, General Motors (GM +1.5%) and German automakers such as BMW...

In the zero-sum game of auto sales, General Motors (GM +1.5%) and German automakers such as BMW (BAMXY.PK) and Volkswagen (VLKAY.PK) could benefit from the wave of anti-Japan protests across China, while Honda (HMC +1.9%), Toyota (TM +1.0%), and Nissan (NSANY.OB) suffer a loss of market share. The trio of Japanese automakers already reported attacks on dealerships and have cut production in the region.
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  • ebeuu
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    China has got to step up into its new role as a leading world country for its own good.
    19 Sep 2012, 02:43 PM Reply Like
  • Raymondjram
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    China didn't need to attack Japanese dealerships. A boycott and higher tariffs will work with no violence. Lets see when Americans will boycott and apply tariffs to Japanese dealerships!
    19 Sep 2012, 08:58 PM Reply Like
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