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by Matt Brogan

With the current financial climate tightening belts the world over, two of Germany’s car manufacturers have reportedly indicated they are “unlikely” to participate in October’s Tokyo Motor Show.

According to German car magazine Automobilwoche, BMW and Mercedes-Benz are unlikely to participate with Volkswagen, Audi and componewnt maker Robert Bosch undecided.
The companies are trying to find a common position with no one company wanting to be placed in the unpopular position of being the first to announce their exit.






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