MUMBAI, Jan 30 (Reuters) - Behr India, a joint venture of Germany's Behr GmbH & Co. and India's Anand Automotive Systems Ltd., said on Tuesday it has invested $17 million in a new plant in western India to make automotive parts. The plant, near Pune in the western Maharashtra state, will make engine cooling modules, heat exchangers, condensers and other components for vehicle makers in India. It also exports parts and sources components for Behr's global operations. Behr India, which ...
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