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Japan Automobile Industry

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With annual automotive production of 10,799,659 motor vehicles in 2005, Japan is the world's second largest automobile producing country after the United States. Japan's total domestic auto-related output, including automobiles, auto bodies, parts and accessories, was estimated to be worth more than 45.8 trillion yen in 2004 ($416 billion at 110 yen/dollar), the most recent full year for which data is available. This represents more than 16.1 percent of Japan's total annual manufacturing output. In addition, auto-related industries in Japan are believed to account for one out of every ten jobs in the country.

 

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Japanese Aftermarket - An Overview of the Regulatory Situation

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In Japan, there are “Safety Standards” to ensure the safety of vehicles and prevent environmental pollution. Vehicles that do not meet the “Safety Standards” set out under the Road Vehicles Act cannot be driven on public roads.

 

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