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With more international car manufacturers prioritizing rival events in Chinese cities like Shanghai and Beijing, the Tokyo event is rapidly becoming a domestic-focused, second-tier show. Julian Ryall reports.
While most automakers saw their 2015 sales grow by double digits, demand for Volkswagen cars slowed as many new buyers turned to other brands following the company's pollution cheating scandal.
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