A new sales forecast by Goldman Sachs Japan points to an uneven future for global automotive markets in general and Japanese auto makers in particular. The GSJ report foresees a return to normal production this autumn for all of Japan’s auto makers, citing their rapid rebound from the supply-chain problems that followed the March 11 earthquake. But it notes that demand-side concerns already are emerging, and recovery will vary both by auto maker and by market. Sales momentum is expected ...

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