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Articles from Japan Transportation Scan (November 7, 2005)

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2ND LD: GM, Toyota reaffirm cooperation at summit meeting. 368
2ND LD: JR West's new ATS had flaws that would not slow speeding trains. 432
2ND LD: Truck carrying missile fuel catches fire in S. Korean tunnel. 161
3RD LD: JAL posts 1st interim net loss in 2 yrs, to cut employee wages. 580
4TH LD: FY 2005 Toyota group sales to almost match GM sales. 746
FTC to instruct aluminum foil makers to scrap price cartel. 139
GM, Ford see big sales falls in U.S., Toyota, Honda hit record highs. 316
Isuzu recalling 24,000 passenger cars. 122
JAL plans 10% cut in employees' wages. 211
Japan's imported vehicle sales rise 2.4% in October. 218
Konami to become holding firm of group operations. 113
LEAD: Fuji Heavy to trim jobs by 5%. 196
LEAD: Japan Airlines plane makes emergency landing in Osaka, no one hurt. 124
LEAD: Japan's Oct. new vehicle sales hit 34-year low. 350
LEAD: Mazda posts record-high group sales, net profit in 1st half. 355
LEAD: S. Korean ferry, freighter collide in Kammon Strait, no one injured. 185
Mazda takes full control of New Zealand sales subsidiary. 111
Nissan to boost engine production capacity at Yokohama plant. 83
NYK, O.S.K. to build car-shipping terminal in Guangzhou: paper. 165
Russia seizes Japanese fishing boat off Kunashiri Island. 134
Thai AirAsia launches two new services from Phnom Penh. 130
Tokyo Motor Show ends with 1.51 mil. visitors. 134
Toyota Boshoku to make car seat parts in China. 105
Toyotas account for 7 out of 10 best-selling cars in October. 213
U.S. F-15 fighter jet suffers minor damage during flight off Okinawa. 158
Yamanote Line stopped for more than 5 hours due to loose power cable. 242

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