'Made in Japan' no longer what it used to be?

Quality control issues have added to concerns that Japan's big companies may not be able to contribute to a recovery the way the government hopes. Yonggi Kang reports on what may need to change.

http://www.clintonnews.com/VideoNetwork/3477661543001/-Made-in-Japan-no-longer-what-it-used-to-be- http://cdn.newslook.com/2c/2cf4e583f5b42075fa21eba5570ef34f/mp4_low/2cf4e583f5b42075fa21eba5570ef34f-mp4_low.mp4 http://www.clintonnews.com/VideoNetwork/3477661543001/-Made-in-Japan-no-longer-what-it-used-to-be- http://cdn.newslook.com/2c/2cf4e583f5b42075fa21eba5570ef34f/images/frame_ext.jpg 'Made in Japan' no longer what it used to be? Quality control issues have added to concerns that Japan's big companies may not be able to contribute to a recovery the way the government hopes. Yonggi Kang reports on what may need to change. 2 TOYOTMFinanceAtsushi OsanaiJapan Inc.TokyoReuterstoyota motor corporationsonyNikon CorporationEric HolderShinzo AbenewslookUnited States of AmericaWorldnikonYonggi KangChinaJapan 02:16
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