KARIYA, Japan – On the back of record profits in each of his first two years as president and CEO of Japan's largest auto parts company, Koichi Fukaya now faces a more daunting task – how to maintain momentum and assure quality in the face of Toyota Motor Corp.’s dramatic expansion of production capacity outside Japan. Denso Corp., following Toyota’s lead into North America, Europe, Southeast Asia and China, has invested nearly ¥217 billion ($2 billion) annually on facilities over the past ...

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