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Yokohama Rubber to invest $125 million in the Philippines and Russia to expand production


Yokohama Rubber announced it will spend about $125 million through 2015 to increase output at its tire plants in the Philippines and Russia. The Japanese tiremaker will invest $118 million through 2015 at a plant about 40 miles from Manila, Philippines, operated by Yokohama Tire Philippines. The plant's capacity will rise by 25 percent to 12.5 million passenger and light truck ...
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