FUJI, Japan – Japan’s leading maker of continously variable transmissions is gearing up for a big increase in sales over the next five years. Jatco Ltd., a Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. affiliated supplier, predicts domestic demand for CVTs will grow to 2 million to 3 million units by fiscal 2007, up from an estimated 600,000 in the fiscal year ended March 2002, and will account for more than one-third of new vehicles sold in the market. The company expects a jump in demand overseas ...
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