Japanese Automakers More American Than Ever

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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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June 29 2015

Jun 29 2015

News & Insights

Cars.com: The 2015 American-Made Index

…Cars such as the Camry show the impact that foreign-based automakers can have on the U.S. economy. Indeed, the Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association says its member companies, which include every major Japanese automaker, directly employed more than 90,000 Americans and invested some $43 billion in U.S. manufacturing cumulatively by 2014.

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June 8 2015

Jun 8 2015

Press Releases

Japanese Automakers Boost U.S. Investment and Reach Record-High Employment

Today, the Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association (JAMA) USA office released new 2014 data showing a significant increase in Japanese automakers’ economic contributions to the United States. The 2014 data highlights record-high employment and growing investment by Japanese automobile companies in America.

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June 2 2015

Jun 2 2015

News & Insights

Consumer Reports: What makes a car 'American'?

In 2012, Japanese-brand car-production facilities and their suppliers generated almost 700,000 manufacturing and other jobs in America, according to a report by Rutgers University economics professor Thomas J. Prusa, Ph.D. Including dealer networks, Japanese-brand companies accounted for an estimated 1.3 million American jobs.

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Japanese Automakers' Production, Investment, and R&D Support U.S. Economic Growth

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71% of Japanese-Brand Vehicles Sold in the U.S. are Built in North America

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JAMA USA shares information and data about Japanese automakers’ U.S. economic/social contributions, alternative-powered vehicles, new environmental/energy-efficient technologies and innovative safety features via Twitter.

 

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