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 …
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