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3 Japan Automakers to Tie Up to Develop In-car Software

3 Japan Automakers to Tie Up to Develop In-car Software

   Tokyo, May 16 (Jiji Press)--Toyota Motor Corp., Honda Motor Co. and Nissan Motor Co. are considering collaborating to develop in-car software, it was learned Thursday.
   By standardizing key software infrastructure, the three major Japanese automakers aim to speed up the development at a time when Chinese and U.S. rivals have the lead in digitalization technologies for electric vehicles.

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