Densowill begin production of engine control units in Brazil in September. The Japanese parts manufacturer will supply key components to Toyota’s three plants in Brazil, the newest of which will build 70,000 Etios compact cars a year after it launches production next month. Denso also aims to supply Brazilian ECUs to other Japanese auto makers, including Nissan, which plans to bring a new plant online in the South American country in 2014. Denso already has an ECU-related ...

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