TOKYO — Japanese and foreign automakers are making moves that will put them in position to capitalize once the recession eases up and a market recovery begins. U.S. carmakers, such as Ford Motor Co., are investing in their sales networks, hoping to make significant improvements before their local counterparts can begin recovering. Ford has been investing heavily in distribution channels and is preparing to enter Japan's small car market for the first time with the Ka model, popular in ...
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