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Broadsided by this month's Trump tweet targeting Toyota, the Japanese carmaker's president, Akio Toyoda, is wasting no time in appealing to the new administration.
Allocating manufacturing capacity for the Civic in Japan may enable Honda to free up production capacity in the United States, where the market for sedans is shrinking in favor of crossovers.
The emissions-cheating scandal that will eventually cost Volkswagen $23 billion in North America has also made it harder to import its cars to the U.S.
President-elect Donald Trump threatened to impose a “big border tax” on Toyota vehicles imported to the U.S. from Mexico, the latest in a series of attacks on automakers.
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