DETROIT – Fujitsu Microelectronics America Inc. plans to open an office in Detroit within six months to better serve the Big Three auto makers and suppliers with engineering operations here in metro Detroit. The move is necessary because Fujitsu, the Japanese-based producer of microcontrollers, relays and touch screens, has development contracts with U.S. auto makers, and they have "mandated that we have local engineering support," says Keith Horn, vice president of marketing. The ...

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