Foreign vehicle makers will soon be allowed to joint the Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association (JAMA), local media reports said. A revision of the rules has been likely since General Motors applied for membership last year. JAMA would previously only admit members which manufacture cars in Japan and GM, so far, does not. Its part-ownership of Isuzu and Suzuki did not count.
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