By on June 5, 2013


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Japanese automakers are a little less worried when they look westwards to China, as their sales appear to slowly recover from a severe drumming during the island crisis. 

Honda’s May car sales in China are up 4.6% on the year, Nissan’s sales rose 2%, and Toyota reports a tiny 0.3% sales increase, says The Nikkei [sub].

Toyota executives say that a lack of new product in China is partially to blame for its laggardness.

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