Japanese car manufacturers set sights on US market


After a recent sales dip in the local Asian markets, Japanese car manufacturers are now turning to the US consumers to boost its revenues.

Toyota and Nissan say their sales to China have sunk since September, due to the ongoing island dispute.

At the North American International Auto Show, Japanese companies are setting up for a comeback.

Michelle Fleury reports.

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