JAPAN: Honda, Nissan show home sales H1 rise
Only two of five major Japanese car makers experienced a rise in domestic sales from a year earlier in the first half of 2001, according to data released Tuesday, Kyodo News reported. Domestic sales of Nissan Motor during the six-month period grew 1.9% to 395,889 units, while those of Honda Motor gained 12.9% to 424,205 units, the report said.
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