TOKYO, March 18 (Reuters) - Japanese electronics conglomerate Toshiba Corp said on Thursday it will produce motors to be used in Ford Motor Co's hybrid cars, making a full-fledged entry into the automotive parts market. Toshiba said its subsidiary Toshiba Industrial Products Manufacturing Corp will make up to 2,000 motors a month starting in April for Aisin AW, an auto parts maker affiliated with Toyota Motor Corp . Aisin AW will assemble the motors with other equipment to make drive ...
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