Domestic car sales in 2001 will reach 6.1 million units, up 2.2 percent from this year, as demand is expected to continue to slowly recover, the Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association said Thursday.

Auto sales in 2000 — including passenger cars, trucks and buses — are estimated to total 5.97 million, up 1.9 percent from 1999.

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