Mazda says fire damage Y2.7 bln but mostly insured

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TOKYO, Dec 24 (Reuters) - Japanese auto maker Mazda Motor Corp. said on Friday it estimates the total damage from a fire at a domestic car assembly plant last week at about 2.7 billion yen ($26.06 million). A spokesman said much of that sum will likely be covered by insurance. He said the impact on Mazda's earnings was as yet unknown. Business newspaper the Nihon Keizai reported on Friday that Mazda would be unable to resume full operations at the plant, the Ujina No.1 plant in ...

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