TOKYO, Jan 29 (Reuters) - Mazda Motor Corp , the smallest of Japan's top five auto makers, said on Thursday its revenue for the first nine months of the business year rose 8.3 percent from the year earlier, thanks to solid demand in Europe. Revenues for April-December totalled 1.855 trillion yen ($17.47 billion), as global unit sales climbed 5.1 percent to 786,000 vehicles. The company, owned one-third by Ford Motor Co , did not provide other financial figures such as operating and net ...
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