The September terrorist attacks in the U.S. severely affected the international automotive industry attending the Frankfurt Motor Show and similarly dampen this month’s Tokyo Motor Show. But despite reservations about international travel and the prospect for possible future terrorist interventions, Tokyo Show officials decide the show must go on. The sometimes chaotic exuberance of past Tokyo Show gatherings is likely to be downplayed, instead placing the emphasis where it belongs: on the ...

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