• Kyodo

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Sales of new imported vehicles in Japan grew 2.1 percent in 2017 from the previous year to the highest figure in two decades, with relatively expensive cars gaining popularity amid the country’s recovering economy, an industry body said Thursday.

The figure for 2017, which includes imported cars, trucks and buses made abroad by Japanese automakers, stood at 351,020 units.

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