Japan’s top automakers are regaining some of the market share they lost during the spat between Japan and China over the sovereignty of an uninhabited chain of islands in the East China Sea. But Fitch Ratings says it expects heightened competition from other manufacturers to slow the momentum for the rest of the year. The ratings agency says in a new report that while it expects the popularity of current and new models to support solid growth in sales volumes for Japanese ...

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