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Smaller Japanese auto makers such as Suzuki, Mitsubishi and Isuzu as well as new entrants will gain the most from implementation of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations Economic Community in 2015. Industry analyst Frost & Sullivan says the presence of the single economic community will come at the expense of the big auto makers such as Toyota and Honda, which will see their dominance in the region challenged by smaller players more easily expanding their ...
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