The Japan Automobile Importers Association said Tuesday it has asked the government to revise tax breaks for buyers of environmentally friendly cars so sales of imported vehicles are not at a disadvantage.
Imported cars have suffered sluggish sales compared with domestically produced cars because most imports are ineligible for recent tax breaks or subsidies for cleaner-running vehicles, it said.
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