TOKYO — The atmosphere at the Tokyo Motor Show later this month will be somewhat subdued in the wake of the mid-September terrorist attacks on the United States. At a special meeting of the Japan Motor Industrial Federation, show organizers decided to proceed with the 13-day trade fair. In total, 276 companies and six governments are scheduled to hold exhibits on the 484,000-sq.-ft. (45,000-sq.-m) site 12 miles (22 km) east of Tokyo in Chiba Prefecture. Included are 39 carmakers, ...

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