TOKYO – Japanese automakers’ overall production in the European Union was virtually flat in 2013, but their builds for export continued climbing, an industry group reports. The Japan Automobile Manufacturers Assn. says member companies built 1,379,733 vehicles at its 14 plants in seven EU countries last year, down marginally from 1,383,583 in 2012. Nearly three-quarters of Japanese-brand models sold in the EU are produced there, the report says. Imports from Japan into the EU ...

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