TOKYO – Fiscal 2013 turned out to be a record earnings year for most Japanese automotive suppliers, and many are expecting more of the same for the current fiscal year. Exceptions include Denso, projecting a falloff in earnings on slightly rising sales, and Aisin Seiki, which expects flat results overall as a result of declining vehicle production in Japan. Others, including Bridgestone, Koito Mfg. and NSK, see profits on the rise in the coming months, a survey by WardsAuto ...

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