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Japanese automakers continue to struggle in China as a hangover effect from a territorial...

Japanese automakers continue to struggle in China as a hangover effect from a territorial dispute dampens the enthusiasm of buyers to buy models emanating from Japan. For the month of November, Toyota (TM) saw sales fall 22% in China, while Mazda (MZDAF.PK) dropped off 29%. Honda will release China vehicle sales totals later.
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  • Tony Petroski
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    I don't know if anyone has noticed, but China is expanding their reach over what they claim are their territorial waters provoking disputes with not just Japan but also the Philippines, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam and the tiny Sultanate of Brunei.

     

    Send in Hillary Clinton before it's too late and she begins campaign 2016.

     

    Oh, and fuel up the 7th Fleet.
    3 Dec 2012, 08:00 AM Reply Like
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