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Articles from Japan Transportation Scan (October 13, 2007)

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2ND LD: Ford hires Toyota Motor executive James Farley. 442
2ND LD: JAL, Aeon to form alliance, collaborate in card business. 290
3-time motorcycle Grand Prix winner Abe dies in street accident. 205
5TH LD: Ticket gate glitch hits over 600 Tokyo rail stations. 533
April-September used vehicle sales drop 10% on stagnant new car sales. 114
Bugs clogged speed-measuring tubes of trouble-hit China Airlines jet. 307
CORRECTED: Nonstop Osaka-Kagoshima bullet train service to start in 2011. 214
Ferry hits lighthouse in Oita, all passengers, crew members safe. 154
FOCUS: Tokyo Motor Show to focus on new green techs, young drivers. 883
Hitachi Zosen develops advanced technology to refine bioethanol. 145
Honda to unveil hybrid CR-Z concept sports car at Tokyo Motor Show. 234
JAL to offer 'premium economy' class services on int'l flights. 205
Japanese editorial excerpts. Editorial 279
Kyodo economic news summary -6-. 342
LEAD: Indian firm Lupin to take controlling stake in Kyowa Pharmaceutical. 128
LEAD: Toyota launches new compact hatchback under Corolla brand. 167
Magneti Marelli, Suzuki, Maruti Suzuki India enter joint venture. 219
Mazda to open new plant with Ford in Thailand in 2009. 125
Mitsubishi Heavy begins marketing 70- to 90-seat regional jet. 185
Nissan Motor unveils world's 1st 'around view monitor'. 193
Nissan to tap into S. Korean market in 2008. 203
Nonstop Osaka-Kagoshima bullet train service to start in 2011. 215
Palestinian stowaway hides in nose-wheel well of SIA plane. 162
REFILING: Nissan to tap into S. Korean market in 2008. 202
REFILING: Toyota lowers 2007 domestic sales target to mid-1.6 million units. 111
Steam locomotive used in Thailand restarts operations in Shizuoka. 289
Toho Tenax to boost carbon fiber output capacity. 120
Toray to enhance auto parts division. 138
Toyota launches new compact hatchback under Corolla brand. 106
Toyota lowers 2007 domestic sales target to mid-1.6 million units. 111
U.S. editorial excerpts -2-. Editorial 321

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