Denso to boost car-mounted air con output - paper

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NEW YORK, Aug 29 (Reuters) - Denso Corp , Japan's largest auto parts maker, will sharply boost output of air conditioners for cars from next business year starting in April 2003, the Nihon Keizai Shimbun said on its online Friday edition. Helped by brisk orders from large carmakers such as Toyota Motor Corp , Denso plans to increase domestic output by 9 percent to 5 million units, helping boost worldwide production to 13 million units, up 19 percent from projections for this fiscal year, ...

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