TOKYO-- Japan’s auto industry analysts are keeping a wary eye on the battered U.S. auto market and how long it will take to begin recovery. They are particularly interested in how the current soft market will affect Japanese auto makers in North America. Many see room for opportunity. The single biggest variable, they say, is the U.S. Big Three's current 0% financing. Most believed the incentive program would end in November, but General Motors Corp. has since announced it will take 0% ...
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