DETROIT – Japan’s government and auto-industry stakeholders outline a new roadmap for future safety technologies. The plan, to be implemented by the nation’s Cabinet Office, will involve joint research by the ministries of land, infrastructure, transport and tourism; internal affairs and communications; economy, trade and industry; and the National Police Agency. First-year spending has been set at ¥50 billion ($466 million). The portion set aside for research into ...

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