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Japanese parts-maker Denso says its TB200 million ($6.8 million) climatic wind tunnel in Thailand is part of its plan to make the country its leading automotive-components production base in the region. The new wind tunnel, which Denso says is the most advanced in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations region, will be used in testing and evaluating car air-conditioning and engines. Denso CEO and President Shigehiro Nishimura says the facility is designed to test air-conditioner ...
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