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Japanese carmakers struggling in decarbonising world

The conventional wisdom is that the continued difficulties of Japan’s car industry reflect persistent supply shortages. But there are structural headwinds too as the industry has missed the EV revolution and has instead been betting on fuel-cell vehicles, which have been very slow to take off.

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