TOKYO, June 28 (Reuters) - Japanese auto maker Mazda Motor Corp said on Tuesday it is raising output of its flagship Mazda3 compact cars by making the hot-selling model at another domestic factory that reopened last year. Production of the sporty compact, called Axela in Japan, began on Tuesday at the Ujina No.2 plant near its headquarters in Hiroshima, western Japan. Mazda plans to build 2,000 units a month, all bound for overseas markets, at the Ujina No.2 plant, it said in a ...
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