TOKYO, June 27 (Reuters) - Japan's fifth-largest automaker, Mazda Motor Co , is exploring opportunities in China with partner Ford Motor Co , new president Lewis Booth said on Thursday. "We are looking at further opportunities in China both in terms of vehicles and in terms of component sourcing," he told reporters. "I know that Ford is doing just the same thing. We are looking together to see if there are any areas of mutual benefit in China," he said. Ford owns 33.3 percent of Mazda ...
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