Mazda Motor Corp. says painting of mass-production vehicles will resume April 27 at its Ujina No.1 plant paint shop, which was damaged by fire last December. Local authorities believe the fire started due to a buildup of static electricity in the paint shop. (See related story: Mazda Will Restore Plant Ahead of Schedule After Fire) Mazda2 painting begins first, followed by other models that will be sequentially added in May and June. Mazda will be using its eco-friendly Three Layer Wet ...

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