In this Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2013 photo, a woman walks in front of a Toyota showroom in Tokyo. As the yen weakens, famous Japanese exporters from Toyota to Nintendo are getting a boost but the favorable exchange rate also carries risks by insulating some companies from pressure to overhaul their businesses. Among the Japanese automakers Toyota is viewed as more “sensitive,” or exposed, to the gyrations of the foreign exchange rate, partly because Toyota, as a Japan Inc. leader, has repeatedly promised to help save jobs by keeping production of 3 million vehicles a year in Japan. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)

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In this Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2013 photo, a woman walks in front of a Toyota showroom in Tokyo. As the yen weakens, famous Japanese exporters from Toyota to Nintendo are getting a boost but the favorable exchange rate also carries risks by insulating some companies from pressure to overhaul their businesses. Among the Japanese automakers Toyota is viewed as more “sensitive,” or exposed, to the gyrations of the foreign exchange rate, partly because Toyota, as a Japan Inc. leader, has repeatedly promised to help save jobs by keeping production of 3 million vehicles a year in Japan. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)
In this Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2013 photo, a woman walks in front of a Toyota showroom in Tokyo. As the yen weakens, famous Japanese exporters from Toyota to Nintendo are getting a boost but the favorable exchange rate also carries risks by insulating some companies from pressure to overhaul their businesses. Among the Japanese automakers Toyota is viewed as more “sensitive,” or exposed, to the gyrations of the foreign exchange rate, partly because Toyota, as a Japan Inc. leader, has repeatedly promised to help save jobs by keeping production of 3 million vehicles a year in Japan. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)
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