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Japan’s Cycle Production Up in April

Japan's four major motorcycle manufacturers produced 142,431 units in April 2006, up 6,091 units or 4.5 percent compared to the production of 136,340 units in April 2005, according to Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association (JAMA). April's production signified a production increase following five months of downturn.
According to JAMA, Honda produced 43,790 units in April 2006, down from 45,440 units in April 2005; Kawasaki produced 18,068 units, up from 13,592 units; Suzuki produced 43,294 units, up from 39,443 units; and Yamaha produced 37,223 units, down slightly from 37,845 units produced in April 2005.

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