TOKYO, Oct 29 (Reuters) - Mazda Motor Corp , Japan's fifth-largest automaker, on Thursday lifted its full-year guidance to call for a slightly smaller operating loss, citing better sales and currency rates than it had anticipated. Mazda, held 13 percent by Ford Motor Co , had revised its first-half estimates earlier this month when it announced a share sale of about $1 billion, but had left its forecast for the October-March second half unchanged. Mazda now expects an operating loss of ...
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