By Chang-Ran Kim TOKYO, July 28 (Reuters) - All of Japan's top five automakers expanded their global output in the first half of 2003, according to data they published on Monday, with most of the rise occurring abroad as they continue to make more cars where they are sold. With demand stalling at home, Japanese automakers have been enjoying most of their sales rise abroad, leading many to boost output capacity by adding more lines or building new factories. That trend is set to ...
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