TOKYO – The valuation of the Japanese yen has become a hot-button issue for the U.S. Big Three and for some U.S. politicians testing the waters for a presidential bid in 2004. But here at the Tokyo Motor Show, where product takes center stage and fuel cell-powered passenger cars have been unveiled by at least four auto makers, the U.S. position on the yen is nothing more than a simmering undercurrent. General Motors Corp. CEO Rick Wagoner complains the Bank of Japan has ...
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