Japanese Automakers and U.S. Jobs

New employment study showing that...

Japanese brand vehicles in America

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The Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association, Inc. (JAMA) is a non-profit industry association which comprises Japan's fourteen manufacturers of passenger cars, trucks, buses and motorcycles. The JAMA USA office is located in Washington, D.C.

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September 2 2014

Sep 2 2014

News & Insights

The Hill: In United States, Japanese-branded autos are more American than ever

“All told, production and new vehicle dealers provided $85.1 billion in total employee compensation and $63 billion in disposable income in 2013. These figures illustrate the activities of an industry that continues to evolve and a network of Japanese-branded automakers and related businesses that are providing new jobs, high-quality vehicles, and positively impacting local communities all across the United States.”

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August 15 2014

Aug 15 2014

Press Releases

New Data Shows Japanese Auto Industry U.S. Employment Contributes to 1.36 Million American Jobs

Jobs Originating from Japanese-Branded Automakers Grew in Each of Last Two Years – More than 10% Growth since 2011

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August 12 2014

Aug 12 2014

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Bloomberg BNA: Increase in Allowance for Simplified Entry of U.S. Cars Into Japan at Issue in TPP Talks

U.S.-Japan Bilateral Talks on Trade in Motor Vehicles Key Development: U.S. seeks to lower Japanese nontariff barriers.

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