* Japan firms fail to make significant inroads in Europe * South Korea's Hyundai, Kia boost sales, market share By Yoko Kubota PARIS, Sept 27 (Reuters) - Japanese automakers, battered by a strong yen, are hunkering down in a stormy Europe, taking tentative steps to stand up to their aggressive South Korean rivals, in a market they see as challenging, but worth the effort. All Japanese carmakers' sales declined in Western Europe ...
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