Japanese carmakers are facing a dilemma. They have to trim their global output capacity amid a stagnant world economy that has weakened their financial health while trying at the same time to gain stronger footholds in emerging markets, experts say.
Particularly in the fast-growing Chinese auto market, slow-starting Japanese automakers must focus on producing affordable cars without ruining their brand image.
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