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Auto Makers Find a Million Reasons to Measure Defective Parts Per Billion in 2018
4/17/2018

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RituGupta   12/4/2018 2:56:49 AM
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There has to be a set of guidelines to help them make out what is actually causing them to experience losses. They cannot simply see them only from an overall perspective, else risking having an inaccurate judgment. If the per billion mark makes more sense in showing detailed statistics, then it needs to be applied.



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