TOKYO, March 22 (Reuters) - Denso Corp. said on Wednesday it would build a new facility inside its Daian plant in Mie, western Japan, to meet growing demand for safety system sensors and ceramic components for exhaust gas purification. Japan's top auto parts maker will invest about 26 billion yen ($222 million) on the facility by 2010, it said in a statement. The new facility, scheduled to start operations in August 2007, will produce ceramic substrates and diesel particulate filters for ...
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