UPDATE 1-M'bishi Heavy may use MMC site to make Boeing wings


(Recasts with further company comment) TOKYO, Aug 30 (Reuters) - Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. said on Monday it is considering using a vacant plot owned by Mitsubishi Motors Corp. (MMC) to build a plant to make wings for Boeing Co's 7E7 aircraft. Mitsubishi Heavy spokesman Hideo Ikuno said it was in talks with MMC about the land but had not decided whether to buy or lease the plot, left vacant after MMC closed a plant there in 2001. He said no other details, including the price, ...

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