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Takata Corp., Japan’s largest maker of auto safety equipment, plans to build its first factory in India, where economic growth is boosting demand for cars.

The company will start producing seat belts at a factory in Madras in southern India by the end of 2009, Kimio Kobori, a Takata spokesman, said. The investment and production capacity have still to be decided.

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