TOKYO — The Japan Automobile Manufacturers Assn. (JAMA) reportedly is inviting foreign vehicle makers to become members. A revision of the rules became a possibility when last year General Motors Corp. applied for membership of the association. The U.S. automaker, which has been seeking to increase its presence in Asia, holds stakes in Japanese vehicle makers Isuzu Motors Ltd., Suzuki Motor Corp. and Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd., maker of Subaru cars. It also has technical tie-ups with ...
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