TOKYO, Oct 31 (Reuters) - Mazda Motor Corp, Japan's fifth-largest automaker, raised its profit estimates on Thursday for the first half and the full year through next March, citing cost cuts and a weaker yen. The automaker, which is one-third owned by Ford Motor Co , now expects group net profit for the April to September period to come in at 5.5 billion yen ($44.74 million), compared with a May forecast of two billion yen. It expects a recurring profit of 9.1 billion yen instead of ...
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