Fumihiko Ike, chairman of the Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association, made the comment at a regular news conference. Ike is also chairman of Honda Motor Co. Economic Times, 1 month ago
Japan auto lobby chief warns of 'downward spiral' in China - Automnews.com, 1 month ago
Japanese automaker Honda today reported a 20-per cent rise in fiscal first quarter profit thanks to a cheap yen that offset the damage caused by a massive air bag recall. Honda Motor Co's April-June net profit stood at ¥186 billion ($1.5 ...Domain-B, 1 month ago Honda Profit Beats Estimates as China Offsets Recalls Bloomberg, 1 month ago
US-based automakers Ford and General Motors posted huge profits in the second quarter of the year. Ford announced Tuesday morning that it made $1.9 billion, up 44 percent compared to the same quarter last year. The Business Insider noted that the ...World Socialist Web Site, 1 month ago
Concern in China is rising that June's 3.4% fall in auto sales, compared to the year before, could be the start of a trend. After two years of consistent growth and high capacity utilization the world's largest car market is showing signs of ...MetalMiner, 1 month ago
China, the world's largest auto market, is today showing the first signs of a downward spiral that could severely affect in the near future all Japanese automakers, said the chief of the country's auto association. Swinging upwards from a slew of ...Inautonews, 1 month ago Japan's automaker association warns of 'downward spiral' in China sales Japan Times, 1 month ago Japanese Automaker Group Says China Market in Downward Spiral La Repubblica, 1 month ago China Auto Market in Downward Spiral, Japan Group Says Bloomberg, 1 month ago
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