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Articles from Japan Transportation Scan (January 17, 2006)

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2005 imported vehicle sales slip 1.7%, 2nd straight yearly fall. 217
2005 used vehicle sales down for 5th straight year. 133
2ND LD: Proton shares plummet after Volkswagen calls off tie-up plan. 806
Arakawa to head Bridgestone. 142
China replaces Japan as world's 2nd-biggest auto market: paper. 244
Chinese carmaker Geely to sell cars priced under $10,000 in U.S. 156
Domestic flight passengers during holiday period up 2.2%. 211
Fujitsu to make logic chips with 65 nanometer circuit width. 165
Honda begins building transmission factory in China. 116
JAL ordered to revise measures to prevent mishaps. 242
LEAD: Fuji Heavy eyes to increase 2006 sales by 0.4%. 247
Marubeni-led consortium inks deal to build Taiwan airport railway. 174
Mitsubishi Motors to introduce new Lancer Cedia sedan in India. 129
Mitsubishi Motors to raise 30 billion yen in capital. 141
Mitsubishi will not seek new ties with Proton: report. 747
Moody's further lowers Ford's 'junk status' ratings. 119
Nagoya motor show to display 130 imported vehicles. 132
Nissan Motor plans to boost output of CVT-equipped cars. 269
Police inspect JR East Niigata Branch over fatal derailment accident. 157
REFILING: Nissan Motor plans to boost output of CVT-equipped cars. 275
Star Flyer to operate Haneda-Kitakyushu regular flights. 146
Toyota Corolla remains best-selling car for 3 years. 221
Toyota launches fully remodeled Estima minivan in Japan. 225
Toyota to begin shipping cars to China from Fukuoka. 100
Toyota workers to positively demand basic wage hike. 102
Toyota, Mitsubishi unveil new hybrids. 173
U.S. editorial excerpts -2-. Editorial 420
Work begins to dismantle condo, hotel vulnerable to temblor. 561

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