TOKYO – It appears Japan’s Denso Corp. and Germany’s Robert Bosch GmbH, which have been supplying common-rail diesel fuel injection systems in the rapidly growing European market, now will shift that battle to Denso’s home market in Asia/Pacific. Denso and Bosch were the two largest automotive suppliers displaying at the recent Tokyo Motor Show, where the two held back-to-back press conferences recently. Bosch, which has 11,000 employees and 14 manufacturing facilities in Japan, ...

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