Mazda cuts China output as inventories rise

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TOKYO, Aug 28 (Reuters) - Japan's Mazda Motor Co said on Thursday it is cutting back production in China after slower-than-expected sales of its compact cars swelled inventories. But the company is not officially altering its goal of selling 180,000 cars in China in the business year ending on March 31, 2009, a Mazda spokeswoman said. Mazda Motor, partly owned by Ford Motor Co , is reducing production of the Mazda3/Axela and the Mazda2/Demio at its two China plants by a combined total of ...

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