Mazda says assume 06/07 dollar rate of 110 yen


TOKYO, April 28 (Reuters) - Mazda Motor Corp. said on Friday it had set its exchange rate assumption for the new business year at an average 110 yen for the dollar. It also assumed a euro sales rate of 135 yen. The Japanese auto maker said it expects its global vehicle sales for the business year that began this month to total 1.21 million units, up from the 1.149 million sold last year.

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