Mazda Q1 revenue up 10 pct on brisk European sales

Newswire

TOKYO, July 31 (Reuters) - Mazda Motor Corp , the smallest of Japan's top five auto makers owned one-third by Ford Motor , said on Thursday its first-quarter revenue rose 10 percent from the year earlier thanks to brisk sales in Europe. Revenues for the April-June quarter totalled 571.94 billion yen ($4.76 billion), as global unit sales grew 10 percent to 245,000 vehicles. The company did not provide other financial figures such as operating and net profits. Mazda, in the midst of a ...

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