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Japan's Keihin to double motorcycle parts sales in India

Honda-affiliated manufacturer aims to shift to greener fuel injectors

An employee checks a tag on a new scooter at a stock yard during a media tour to the newly inaugurated second assembly line of a Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India manufacturing plant at Vithalapur in the western state of Gujarat, India.   © Reuters

TOKYO -- Keihin, an autoparts maker affiliated with Honda Motor, plans to double sales of motorcycle parts in India to more than 40 billion yen ($355 million) by the fiscal year through March 2021, compared with the current year through March 2018.

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