TOKYO, March 17 (Reuters) - Overall demand for new vehicles in Japan will likely rise 1.9 percent in the next business year, helped by an introduction of new models and a recovery in the domestic economy, an industry group said on Thursday. Demand for new cars, trucks, and buses is expected to be 5.94 million units in the year starting in April, up from an estimated 5.83 million units for the current year that ends this month, the Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association (JAMA) said. ...
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