AUTOSHOW-JAMA says Tokyo motor show still on track


DETROIT, Jan 13 (Reuters) - The Tokyo Motor Show, one of the auto industry's five major international shows, will go ahead as planned this year, organisers said on Tuesday. Automotive News, a U.S.-based trade publication, reported earlier on Tuesday that the Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association (JAMA) was considering foregoing the show because fewer non-Japanese automakers had signed up for the event. "We are not having any discussions to cancel the event," JAMA spokesman Nobuyuki ...

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