* Automation sectors can grow 20-30 pct annually - analyst * Japan's Fanuc, Yaskawa, THK increase orders in China * Weak euro could help European players such as Siemens By Nobuhiro Kubo and Nathan Layne TOKYO, June 28 (Reuters) - Confronted with rising wages and a shortage of labour, a supplier of car body frames to Honda Motor last month earmarked the equivalent of a half year's profit to triple the number of robots at its three Chinese plants. The $22 million investment by ...
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