GM is admitted to JAMA

TOKYO - As expected, General Motors has been approved for membership in the Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association, the first foreign automaker to win entry. The trade group approved GM Japan's application for membership at its board meeting Dec. 20. GM stated, "We believe our membership will add a new voice to the discussion of issues that affect the automotive industry in Japan and the rest of the world." GM co-produces vehicles in Japan with Suzuki Motor Corp.



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