Suzuki Motor Corp. and Changhe Aircraft Industry Group Corp. of China will build 1L engines for automobiles at a joint venture plant. The plant is expected to be located near the companies’ already existing commercial-vehicle JV in the southeastern Chinese province of Jiangxi, reports say. That JV, established in 1995, has been buying engines from a company 1,860 miles (3,000 km) away. Production will begin around 2005, but no further official details have been released. News reports peg ...

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