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Can this be sheer coincidence? The past 24 months have been the toughest for the Rs 4,10,000-crore Indian auto sector. Passenger vehicle sales have tumbled 6.13% (from 2.18 million to 2.05 million) between April and January 2013-14 over a year ago.Economic Times, 3 weeks ago
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(BBC) Toyota is forecasting record annual operating profits as the weaker yen helps to boost sales abroad. For the financial year ending in March, it expects operating profit to reach 2.4tn Japanese yen ($23.7bn; 14.5bn). The continuing weakness in ...Frontier Post, 1 month ago
There were no demonstrations, boycotts or other radical reactions in China following Prime Minister Abe's visit to Yasukuni Shrine. Regardless, the presence of Japanese companies in China continues to decline versus their Western competitors. Japan ...Nikkei Business Online, 1 month ago
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