Mazda fire-hit plant not 100% until spring - paper


TOKYO, Dec 24 (Reuters) - Japanese auto maker Mazda Motor Corp. will not be able to resume full operations at a fire-hit domestic car assembly plant until spring 2005, the Nihon Keizai business newspaper reported on Friday. The paper attributed the information to the company, but a Mazda spokesman said it had made no such announcement. "We still don't know when the plant will be fully operational," he said. The Nihon Keizai said Mazda, one-third owned by Ford Motor Co. , was expected ...

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