GUADALAJARA, Mexico – Although China is the current darling of the world’s low-cost manufacturing regions, India quickly is emerging as the next “it” region, a ZF Friedrichshafen AG official says at a media tour of its facilities here. As a result, the supplier is looking at purchasing parts and components there for its worldwide operations. However, there are pros and cons to doing business in the region, says Julio Caspari, president of both ZF Group North American Operations and ZF ...

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