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Denso expanding auto component capacity in India by 50%

Parts maker trying to meet demand from market leader Maruti Suzuki

Denso's auto component plant in the Indian state of Haryana

NAGOYA -- Denso, a Japanese auto component maker, is set to expand production in India, where it plans to spend about 15 billion yen ($132 million) between now and 2025.

The money will go toward adding to an existing facility in the state of Haryana, west of New Delhi, to increase capacity for making engines and other parts by about 50%.

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