Japan's top foreign car dealer to stop sale Chrysler and GM vehicles
epa01747975 A US flag flies inside a General Motors dealership in downtown Tokyo, Japan, 01 June 2009. Yanase, Japan's largest foreign car dealership announced plans to stop sales of Chrysler and GM brands following bankruptcy filings of the US car makers and tumbling Japanese sales. The company announced plans to concentrate sales on high performing Mercedes brands. EPA/EVERETT KENNEDY BROWN
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