* No major foreign carmaker to exhibit at Tokyo Motor Show * Japan market seen shrinking to 32-year low in year to March * Government incentives limit fall, but impact limited * Floor space, world premiere car models to halve By Chang-Ran Kim, Asia autos correspondent TOKYO, Oct 13 (Reuters) - The list of participants at the Tokyo Motor Show says it all: the Japanese car market is sinking into irrelevance. At least that's the mood ahead of the biennial event opening next week as ...
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