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Five years after Endaka first hit, Japan’s automakers had concurred 41% of the American market. This kind of achievement was quite remarkable during the time of highly strong yen and showed the world how ambionated the Japanese autoindustry was to succeed
In 1995, the Japanese yen entered a new phase: that of Super-endaka...
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The continuing heightened value of the yen makes the previous short term strategies unefficient. The Japanese automobile industry is at turning point for strategic business planning. Companies are aware that offshore production is inevitable but hesitate to lay off people in Japan for cultural reasons...
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