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Hitachi Zosen Finds Data Tampering at 2 Ship Engine Units

Hitachi Zosen Finds Data Tampering at 2 Ship Engine Units

   Tokyo, July 5 (Jiji Press)--Japanese heavy machinery maker Hitachi Zosen Corp. said Friday that an internal investigation has found data-tampering cases at two subsidiary ship engine makers.
   The units--Hitachi Zosen Marine Engine Co., based in Nagasu, Kumamoto Prefecture, southwestern Japan, and Imex Co., based in Onomichi, Hiroshima Prefecture, western Japan--were found to have falsified fuel economy data for a total of 1,364 ship engines, or almost all of the units investigated, that had been shipped out since 1999.

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