UPDATE 1-Japan home auto output lags overseas for 1st time


(Updates throughout) TOKYO, July 31 (Reuters) - Japanese auto makers built more vehicles abroad than at home for the first time in the 2005/06 business year, marking a widely expected milestone as top car brands boost capacity overseas to meet fast-growing demand. Japan's 12 car and truck makers built 10,929,918 vehicles abroad in the year ended March 31, or 11 percent more than the year before, the Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association said on Monday. Asia and North America ...

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