TOKYO — The atmosphere at this year’s Tokyo Motor Show will be somewhat subdued in the wake of the mid-September terrorist attacks on the U.S. At a special Sept. 20 meeting of the Japan Motor Industrial Federation, show organizers decided to proceed with the 13-day trade fair, but have cancelled the Oct. 26 opening ceremony. The theme of this year’s show, the 35th dating back to 1954, is "Open the door! The Automobile’s Bright Future." Japanese carmakers plan to focus on new lifestyle ...

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