TABLE-Japan car sales seen up in 2010, 1st rise in 6 years


TOKYO, Dec 24 (Reuters) - Japanese demand for new cars, trucks and buses, including minivehicles, will likely rise 4.1 percent in 2010, marking the first increase in six years, an industry group said on Thursday. The Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association (JAMA) said it expects the market to total 4,798,400 vehicles in 2010, against an estimated 4,611,500 this year when sales fell 9.3 percent, supported by government incentives to stimulate demand. The auto industry lobby also ...

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