(Updates with announcement) TOKYO, Sept 26 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co. said on Monday it would invest 5.1 billion yen ($45.4 million) to expand an engineering centre in Zama, outside Tokyo, to consolidate the Japanese auto maker's global production engineering function. Construction at the facility, which currently develops and makes production-related tools, will begin next month, with operations expected to start in March 2007, it said in a statement. Japan's second-biggest auto ...
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