Subaru, the automotive manufacturing arm of Japanese industrial company Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd.
What does FHI stand for?
FHI stands for Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd
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Samples in periodicals archive:
uk Auto Business News - 25 May 2012 Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd (TYO: 7270), a Japan-based automaker, has withdrawn plans to construct facilities in China for the production of Subaru models, China Knowledge has reported.
Mitsubishi is one of five Japanese structures suppliers who provide parts for the 777 programme, others include Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd, Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd, NIPPI Corp and ShinMaywa.
OTA, Japan, March 16 Kyodo Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd.
uk Auto Business News - 30 November 2011 Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd, the parent company of Subaru, is unveiling its SUBARU BRZ at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show.
TOKYO, May 7 Kyodo (FIXING FISCAL YEAR AT LAST GRAF) Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd.
Japan Aircraft Corp represents Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd, Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd and Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd, which have taken part in the jet's development and design from the start and will be responsible for making 35% of the aircraft, reported The Associated Press.