Study Highlights Japanese-brand Automakers’ Intermediate and Spin-Off Employment
Study Highlights Japanese-brand Automakers’ Intermediate and Spin-Off Employment
JAMA Exployment Study - 2019 Update
Read Professor Thomas Prusa’s analysis of the immense economic impact of Japanese-brand automakers’ U.S. investments, including supplier network employment
JAMA Members’ New Data Highlights Commitment to American Workforce
JAMA Members’ New Data Highlights Commitment to American Workforce
Japanese-brand Automakers are Investing in the Future of the American Workforce
Despite a challenging and unprecedented year, cumulative manufacturing investment increased to $55.8 billion, and employment remained steady at 94,960 direct jobs.
New Center for Automotive Research Study on Japanese-brand Automakers’ Role in the U.S. Auto Industry
New Center for Automotive Research Study on Japanese-brand Automakers’ Role in the U.S. Auto Industry
Center for Automotive Research (CAR) Study on Japanese-brand Automakers’ U.S. Activities and Impact
New study from CAR highlights Japanese-brand automakers’ dedication to investment, innovation and community in America

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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