KARIYA, Japan – Like the proverbial second child, Denso Corp. usually is overshadowed by giant Toyota Motor Corp. in the corporate hierarchy of Aichi Prefecture, arguably the center of the Japanese auto industry. And so it was late in June when Denso, Japan’s largest automotive parts manufacturer and crown jewel in the Toyota supplier group, named a new president and CEO. The event, though reported by the domestic media, received far less coverage than one might have expected for such an ...
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