TOKYO, July 1 (Reuters) - Mazda Motor Corp's global sales have grown more than 20 percent in the first two months of the business year, outperforming the annual target of a 6 percent rise, its chief executive said on Thursday. Speaking at the launch of Mazda's remodelled Premacy minivan, Takashi Yamanouchi said sales in North America, China, Japan and Southeast Asia were all up by double digits in April-May, but that Europe was "tough", with a fall of 6 percent from the same period last ...
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