A backlog of orders as well as concerted marketing efforts by carmakers have minimized the impact from April's consumption tax hike on sales between April and June — but there are still concerns about sales volume after July, the chairman of the ... Japan Times, 1 month ago
TOKYO -- The 2015 Tokyo Motor Show will be held from Oct. 29 to Nov. 8, three weeks earlier than usual to avoid an overlap with other international auto shows. Chairman Fumihiko Ike of the Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association made the ...Nikkei Asian Review, 1 month ago
Japan automobile sales rose for the first time in three months, adding to evidence the world's third largest auto market is withstanding a tax increase. Vehicle deliveries last month climbed 0.4 percent to 452,555 units, the Japan Automobile ...Bloomberg, 2 months ago Japan Posts First Auto Sales Gain Since Consumer Tax Increase La Repubblica, 2 months ago Japan's auto industry likely to weather sales tax hike Nikkei Asian Review, 2 months ago
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