OTTAWA, ON, Canada – Linamar’s global footprint will have a more balanced look in 2020 as the Canadian supplier seeks to become a C$10 billion ($10.2 billion) company. Now heavily concentrated in North America, Linamar expects Asia and Europe will account for 27% and 25% of its business, respectively, up significantly from the current 3% and 15%. Accordingly, Asia sales are forecast to skyrocket to C$2.9 billion ($3 billion) from 2010’s C$70 million ($71.6 million) and to C$2.7 billion ...

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