Denso Corp. says it will invest E95 million ($114 million) to expand common-rail fuel-injection system production at its plant in Szekesfehervar, Hungary. The move will create 1,000 new jobs at the facility, which produces diesel injection pumps and engine-related components. The expansion will bring annual production to 700,000 units by 2006, from 300,000 at present. Denso says the common-rail systems will be supplied mainly to Toyota Motor Corp. and Ford Motor Co. Delphi Corp. reports ...

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