TOKYO, June 28 (Reuters) - Mazda Motor Corp , Japan's fifth-largest automaker, plans to invest five billion yen ($46.64 million) to boost production of engines by 30 percent to meet strong demand for two popular car models, a newspaper reported on Monday. The Nihon Keizai newspaper, citing company sources, said that Mazda plans to raise production of 1.8 to 2.3 litre engines used in the Atenza sports sedan and Axela sports compact to 540,000 from the present 425,000 units a year, starting ...
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