Japan’s automakers feel the chill as Trump-Abe bromance cools

The U.S. president’s newly-floated 25% tariff on imported autos has industry executives from Japan to Germany reconsidering their American consumer calculus. Sure, Nissan’s move, reported by Nikkei on Tuesday, seems partly about reducing inventories and …
( read original story …)


Related Post

Fintech startup Money Forward IPO expected Septemb...
views 306
TOKYO -- Fintech startup Money Forward could go pu...
Financial bureau head admits official asked Morito...
views 92
Finance Ministry Financial Bureau head Mitsuru Ota...
Naomi Osaka wins maiden US Open title after Serena...
views 53
Osaka, who stunned her idol in the first round at ...
Toshiba’s troubled Westinghouse may be strategic f...
views 258
Former nuclear brands from France and Japan, such ...
Toshiba Launches 1.3A LDO Regulator for Mobile Dev...
views 231
TOKYO--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Toshiba Corporation&rsquo...
IMF raises Japan growth forecast to 1.5% as broad-...
views 205
The 2018 growth estimate for Japan was revised up ...
Summer flowers studied for Tokyo Olympics
views 246
Scientists are studying flowers that can bloom at ...
Tokyo zoo says its baby giant panda healthy at 2 m...
views 191
TOKYO (AP) — At 2 months old, Japan's baby giant p...
Japan’s Finance Regulator Issues Licenses fo...
views 313
Japan's Financial Services Agency said on Friday i...
The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd. Announces C...
views 263
TOKYO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubis...