How Japan’s new car industry can be copied and turned into a global juggernaut
The Japanese car industry is changing the face of the industry.
It is a fast-growing, high-tech, global enterprise with a strong future.
Its potential to become the global leader in automotive and the world’s largest auto manufacturer could lead to an explosion of innovation and economic growth.
Japan’s automobile industry has the potential to be the next engine for global growth.
Here are five reasons why: The market for Japanese cars is growing rapidly and expanding.
Since 2006, the number of cars sold in Japan has nearly doubled, from 607,000 vehicles in 2006 to 1.6 million in 2016.
The Japanese market is now worth more than $1.2 trillion.
It’s growing faster than any other country in the world.
By 2025, the U.S. is projected to account for a bigger share of global car sales than Japan.
The country’s auto industry, with an annual production of about 12 million vehicles, is rapidly growing.
By 2030, the global market for auto parts will be worth $4 trillion.
In 2020, the average car in Japan is expected to be around $40,000.
The industry is also booming.
Between 2009 and 2020, Japan produced nearly 3 million cars.
By 2020, that number will be higher, to more than 6 million.
It has one of the fastest growing car factories in the country.
Automobile companies like Suzuki Motor and Honda Motor have set up factories and offices in the U