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Honda Expecting Major Rebound After a Tough Year in 2011

Last year might have been the toughest on record for Japan’s three major automakers, Toyota, Nissan, and Honda. A strong yen partnered with the horrific natural disaster that struck Japan in March of 2011 crippled the three aforementioned automakers and all have only recently recovered. Honda was the last of the three major Japanese brands [...]
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