Japan FTC probes Denso on alleged competition rule breach-Jiji


TOKYO, July 20 (Reuters) - Japan's Fair Trade Commission is investigating auto parts maker Denso for an alleged breach of the country's antimonopoly rules, Jiji newswire reported. Officials from the FTC raided the company's headquarters in central Japan, Jiji said. Toyota Motor Corp is the car parts maker's largest shareholder with a 23 percent stake. (Reporting by Tim Kelly; Editing by Edwina Gibbs)

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