Mazda Motor Corp. exceeds revenue, profit and return objectives for the fiscal year’s first half and upwardly revises full-year projections. A comparatively weaker yen helped contribute to first-half revenue increases of 12% over like-2001, as well as a 31% increase in operating profits and a quadrupled net income. The auto maker says it is on course to achieve fiscal-2002 targets for volume and revenue growth, as well as profitability and cash flow. Full-year net income projections now ...

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