GENEVA, Feb 28 (Reuters) - Mazda Motor Corp. said on Tuesday its sales rose 10 percent in February, driven by growth in Europe. "Globally our (February) sales will be up 10 percent, a great start to the year. Europe will be up 22 percent, we will have Japan up around 8 percent," Mazda's head of global marketing and sales, Dan Morris, told Reuters on the sidelines of the Geneva auto show. Mazda, in which Ford Motor Co. has a controlling one-third stake, has had a lacklustre performance in ...
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