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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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October 8 2014

Oct 8 2014

News & Insights

Car fuel efficiency hits historic high with Mazda, Nissan leading way

Japanese companies led the way, claiming the top four spots in fuel efficiency standards. Mazdas had the highest fuel economy at 28.1 mpg and lowest greenhouse gas emissions. Nissan, meanwhile, achieved the greatest improvement among all classes of new personal vehicles in the categories of fuel efficiency standards and greenhouse gas reductions.

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October 6 2014

Oct 6 2014

Press Releases

Key Indicators of Japanese Automakers’ Economic Contributions to the United States Reach Record Highs

Today, the Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association (JAMA) USA office released new 2013 figures showing record high economic contributions to the United States. The 2013 key data highlights significant increases in Japanese-branded automobile production, the percentage of North American-built Japanese-branded vehicles sold in the U.S., exports from Japanese auto plants in the U.S., and Japanese purchases of U.S. automotive parts.

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October 3 2014

Oct 3 2014

News & Insights

Making It Here: Japanese Car Companies Boost U.S. Presence

Japan’s auto industry boosted its U.S. footprint significantly in 2013, posting double-digit gains in key segments including the number of vehicles they built here and the volume of parts they purchased from U.S.-based suppliers.

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