TOKYO, July 28 (Reuters) - Japan's Mazda Motor Corp. reported a 29.7 percent rise in quarterly operating profit on Friday as exports to North America expanded, and it kept its forecasts for sharp full-year growth unchanged. Mazda, owned one-third by Ford Motor Co. , is enjoying steady sales momentum in North America and Europe, powered by the Mazda3 compact, MX-5 sports coupe and other well-received products, while also reaping the benefits of a weaker yen. Analysts expect Mazda's sales ...
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