Rajapakshe hoped Abe will give him full fledged support for Himan rights violations like China does,but Abe gave a clear reminder that he should cooperate with the UN was crimes probes and stop current human rights violations of minorities and opposition activists.
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thanks to Sea shepherd warriors and Aussie Greens!
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it is shocking that " worlds largest automaker" pays only 50bucks per MONTH to the workers supporting its earnings.Sounds like modern day Japanese Imperial slavery...
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been there a couple of times,and kind of liked the people there,compared to the "ordinary" japanese outside.
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unbelievable,400 wrongful-death and personal-injury lawsuits and the fine means little as long as no executives(including the one who went to US senate to explain) face jail time. The facts of the case describe a level of coordinated lying and greed that warrants stiffer punishment.
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and they expect the dutch to agree? unfortunately japan has not learned that animal cruelty is considered seriosly in europe..
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price fixing and such shady deals are common in big-corporate Japan.US should ban imports from such Japanese companies altogether!
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a good example how free trade shoud work,hope othe J-automakers learn from Honda-san!
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Not according to the figures at the link below.
Toyota sales being less than Hyundai are kind of self explanatory,right?
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with or without Hino commercial vehicle sales? neither GM,nor VW have a CV business,so this is cheating..
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been there ,done that...thank GOD,I left after 9years as an Engineer in the auto industry.Europe is way ahead and open for integration!.
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