DETROIT – Even after 20 years of enduring heated competition from Japanese auto makers, there are some things the Big Three just haven’t been able to swallow. One of those is the exchange rate – and once again it’s a weakened yen that is renewing old friction between the two camps. Officials from Toyota Motor Corp. and Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. are beginning to speak out against recent Big Three accusations that manipulation of the yen is giving the Japanese auto makers an unfair advantage in ...
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