Scandal-hit Japan automakers eye return to ‘golden age’

Repeated quality scandals, stiff foreign competition and lagging technology have knocked Japan’s auto giants off pole position but analysts say the once world-beating sector could yet steer itself to a comeback. Toyota, Nissan and small-car maker Suzuki …
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