BANGALORE, April 26 (Reuters) - Ball bearing maker Timken Co. said on Monday it would expand headcount in its Indian research and development centre to 325 this year from the current 250 to serve a booming Asian market, led by China. James Griffith, Timken's chief executive officer, said the Bangalore facility, the only one in Asia among 10 of its R&D centres worldwide, would help Asian customers such as auto makers with customised engineering solutions built around its bearings. ...
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