(Adds company comment, launch of new model, stock price) TOKYO, June 28 (Reuters) - Mazda Motor Corp , Japan's fifth-largest automaker, said on Monday it was considering raising production of engines to meet strong demand at home and abroad for its sports cars. Mazda President and Chief Executive Officer Hisakazu Imaki said the company could not keep up with strong demand for cars such as its Atenza and Axela sports models, which use the MZR engine. "It's a fact we need to produce more ...
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