A weaker than expected yen is credited for stronger than expected financial results at Mazda Motor Corp. The auto maker projects that first-half fiscal-year 2002 results will exceed revenue, profit and return objectives. Compared with like-2001, revenue will rise 12%, operating profit by 30%, and net income will more than quadruple. Mazda is on track to achieve full-year targets for volume, revenue growth, profitability and cash flow. Full-year net income was revised upward to ¥26.5 ...

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