TOKYO – Japan’s Aisin Seiki unveiled its latest business plan earlier this year and now is laying the groundwork to reach its 2020 targets. The plan, called Vision 2020, sets a sales target of ¥3.3 trillion ($42 billion), with business outside Japan growing to 50% from an estimated 40% today. Most of the growth will be seen in China, India, Brazil and Indonesia. The supplier, No.2 in the Toyota affiliated group behind Denso, has yet to disclose ...
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