TOKYO, July 27 (Reuters) - Japan's Mazda Motor Corp. said on Wednesday its sales in China jumped 53.6 percent to 70,357 vehicles in the first six months of 2005, putting it well on track to meet its goal of selling 100,000 units this year. Mazda, owned one-third by Ford Motor Co. , is targeting sales of 300,000 vehicles in 2010 in China, where virtually every major global auto maker is vying for a bigger slice of a fast-growing market.
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