Borg-Warner Automotive Inc. says it expects $850 million of new powertrain business between 2000 and 2002 as demand increases for turbocharged direct-injection diesel engines in Europe and chain-driven timing systems in Japan. Sales of turbochargers and engine timing, engine cooling and air management systems are expected to account for 70% of the new business and another 24% is forecast to come from sales of automatic transmission components and systems. This will include more efficient ...
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