PARIS, Oct 28 (Reuters) - Japanese carmaker Mazda will lift sales at home by about five percent this fiscal year as the hard-hit Japanese auto market starts to recover, a top executive said in an interview published on Tuesday. Senior managing executive officer for Mazda global sales, Stephen Odell, told La Tribune newspaper he expected the Japanese market to fall 2-3 percent this year but to remain stable in 2004. "Sales have plunged some 10-15 percent in the past few years, but we have ...
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