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Japan Inc. warily welcomes new economic dialogue with U.S.

via The Japan Times    Apr 19, 2017

Japanese companies are hoping the just-launched Japan-U.S. economic dialogue will help them expand investment in the United States while bracing for tough demands from the administration of U.S. Pr...

China facing dilemma with car culture as Beijing wants electric, but buyers want SUVs

via The Japan Times    Apr 18, 2017

Electric vehicles are seen parked at a charging station in Beijing. Automakers face a conflict in China's huge but crowded market: Regulators are pushing them to sell electric cars, but buyers want gasoline-hungry SUVs. | AP

Automakers face a dilemma in China’s huge but crowded market: Regulators are pushing them to sell electric cars, but buyers want gas-guzzling SUVs. The industry is rattled by Beijing’s ...

Going mobile: Apple enters race for self-driving cars

via The Japan Times    Apr 15, 2017

The Apple logo hangs inside the newly opened Omotesando Apple store in Tokyo in June 2014. | REUTERS

Apple is joining the fiercely competitive race to design self-driving cars, raising the possibility that the company that has already reshaped culture with its iPhone may try to transform transport...

New York auto show kicks off; SUVs in spotlight

via The Japan Times    Apr 13, 2017

The Toyota FT-4X concept car is unveiled at the New York International Auto Show on Wednesday. SUVs and other large vehicles are in the spotlight at the 10-day event that opens to the public on Friday. | AFP-JIJI

The annual New York International Auto Show kicked off on Wednesday, featuring sport utility vehicles and other large automobiles that remain popular with American consumers. The exhibition, at the...

New York auto show kicks off with Toyota and other makers unveiling new SUVs

via The Japan Times    Apr 13, 2017

The Toyota FT-4X concept car is unveiled at the New York International Auto Show on Wednesday. SUVs and other large vehicles are in the spotlight at the 10-day event that opens to the public on Friday. | AFP-JIJI

The annual New York International Auto Show kicked off on Wednesday, featuring sport utility vehicles and other large automobiles that remain popular with American consumers. The exhibition, at the...

Teikoku Taping System thrives in Arizona’s emerging high tech hub

   Jun 07, 2016

Marking its fourth year in Arizona, Teikoku Taping System manufactures tools that allow innovation in production methods for various applications such as semiconductors, automobile sensors and medi...

More love for Japanese cars in Virginia and DC

By Karl Cryer
-    Nov 16, 2015

One of the largest car distributors in the United States has seen a growing popularity for Japanese-made cars in the country over the past few years.

Foreign Affairs Focus: Carla Hills on NAFTA at 20

By Gideon Rose,Carla A. Hills
- via Foreign Affairs    Jun 06, 2014

June 6, 2014 In the 20 years since it entered into force, the North American Free Trade Agreement has been both lauded and attacked. Few, however, question the treaty's lasting impact on the econo...




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