AUTOSHOW-Japanese shift to higher gear in weak European market


By Chang-Ran Kim PARIS, Sept 27 (Reuters) - Success in Europe will probably never be anything like their performance in the United States, but Japanese automakers renewed their confidence this week in grabbing a bigger slice of a shrinking market in Europe, despite the many obstacles they face as marginal players. At the Paris auto show, which opens its doors to the public on Saturday, Japanese carmakers will showcase key European models they hope will woo drivers in an increasingly ...

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