TOKYO – Thousands of visitors recently crammed into the Big Sight exhibition center trying to get a final peek at the 42nd biennial Tokyo Motor Show here, showing some of the latest in technology from Japan’s home industry. In all, the 10-day event saw 842,600 attendees, up 37% from the 2009 show, who learned about a number of environmentally friendly initiatives planned by the domestic auto makers. Honda was the biggest newsmaker with plans to cut carbon-dioxide emissions ...

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