TOKYO – Vehicle production in Japan grew to a 6-year high, both in units and value, in calendar 2014, the Japan Automobile Manufacturers Assn. says. Production grew 1.5% to 9,774,665 units and value rose 6.9% to ¥19.2 trillion ($154.5 billion), according to the 2015 edition of the Tokyo-based trade association’s Motor Industry of Japan data book. The totals are still well below the peaks of 13,486,797 units in 1990 and ¥21.1 trillion ($170.1 billion) in 2007. The value ...

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