Mazda Motor Corp. says its domestic production rose in fiscal year ended March 31. Mazda built a total 904,220 units in Japan, an 11.3% increase from the previous fiscal year and the fourth consecutive fiscal year increase for the auto maker. Passenger cars accounted for 838,760 units and commercial vehicles 65,460. Mazda’s export production, however, fell 0.4%, marking the first drop in the category since fiscal year ending in 2002, the auto maker says. Mazda blames the falloff on ...

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