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Published on March 26th, 2011 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez


Will The Tokyo Motor Show Come in 2011?

In between all the news reports of radiation leaks, contaminated food and water and the ongoing search for missing people in Japan, we wonder if the Japanese automotive giants will go ahead this year with their bi-annual Motor Show. Slated for the end of this year, the Tokyo Motor Show will run from December 3rd to the 11th and will bring new products and technology to the motoring world. It is a glitzy showcase of Japanese reliability, technology, fuel efficiency and next generation mobility.
We wonder if they will see this shocking disaster thru in time and be able to pull themselves back into the global limelight with their hard selling year-end Motor Show.

We are sure they already have their products ready and built to show the world and it is just a matter of months of show preparation to bring to market these new mobility wonders. We feel that despite the shock of Mother Nature, the Japanese automotive machinery cannot come to a grinding halt or even slowdown for too long and instead should chug along at even greater pace to bring much needed foreign revenue back for rebuilding lives and homes of those who have suffered terrific losses. We will come ready with our foreign exchange and tourists spending to Japan end of this year if all goes well!

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