Aug 24 (Reuters) - Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd plans to invest 5-7 billion yen to set up a domestic factory for engine parts used in Airbus SAS' A350 XWB next-generation passenger jet, the Nikkei business daily reported. The facility -- to be constructed at a Kawasaki Heavy engine parts production base in Kobe - is slated to produce compressors for 10-12 A350 XWBsa month in 2012, the daily said. The new facility is expected to generate about 70 manufacturing jobs, the paper added. As ...
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