BUDAPEST – Subaru, a relatively minor Japanese brand that faced an uncertain future years ago, has turned the tide in the U.S., consistently delivering quality vehicles, cementing a relationship with loyal customers and embracing its independence and diminutive size. Most important, the light-vehicle division of Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd. not only has weathered the recent recession but actually gathered momentum, growing sales and market share over the past four years. During the ...
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