Some 5.85 million new vehicles are expected to be sold in Japan in the 2003 business year, up 0.4 percent from the forecast for 2002, the Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association said Thursday.

JAMA attributed the marginal improvement to an anticipated recovery in corporate performance and the debut of new models.

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