Country Industry Forecast-The Japanese Automotive Industry

Country Industry Forecast-The Japanese Automotive Industry

RELEASE DATE
01-Dec-2005
REGION
Asia Pacific
Research Code: 4A07-01-00-00-00
SKU: AU00164-EU-MR_08764

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Japan is the world’s second-largest motor vehicle manufacturing country after the United States. The Japanese automakers and suppliers have redrawn the rules of the game in the global automotive industry with their quality products, aggressive pricing, and unique business practices. This research service covers the major industry, trade policy initiatives, the factors influencing the global and the regional automotive industry that are expected to have a pronounced effect on the business environment of the U.S. automotive industry during the forecast period of 2005-2009.

Table of Contents

The Japanese Automotive Industry-Overview

  • Country Background
  • The Japanese Automotive Industry-Trends

Scope and Definitions

  • Scope and Definitions

Industry Overview & Structure

  • Industry Structure

Political Overview

Economic Overview

  • Recent Snap Poll

Industry Policies

  • Fiscal Policy
  • Monetary Policy
  • Economic Outlook

Environmental Regulations

  • Market Access
  • Trade Policies

Global Overview

Regional Overview

Japanese Automotive Industry-Trends

Japanese Automotive Industry-Drivers & Challenges

Japanese Automotive Industry Forecasts

  • Climate Change Policies and Global Automotive Industry
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Japan is the worlds second-largest motor vehicle manufacturing country after the United States. The Japanese automakers and suppliers have redrawn the rules of the game in the global automotive industry with their quality products, aggressive pricing, and unique business practices. This research service covers the major industry, trade policy initiatives, the factors influencing the global and the regional automotive industry that are expected to have a pronounced effect on the business environment of the U.S. automotive industry during the forecast period of 2005-2009.
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Podcast No
Industries Automotive
WIP Number 4A07-01-00-00-00
Is Prebook No