VIENNA – Mazda Austria GmbH, the Austrian company owned 100% by Japan’s Mazda Motor Corp., will oversee Mazda vehicle distribution and sales operations in Albania and Moldova. The company plans to start activities in Albania in mid-October and launch operations in Moldova in early 2005. Both Albania and Moldova are poor countries, so initially there will be only one Mazda dealer in each country. Mazda Austria Managing Director Josef Alois Schmid says he expects to sell up to 100 ...
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