SAN DIEGO – Mazda Motor Corp. will not put the MX-Micro Sport concept into production for the North American market this year because the business case is not there, officials tells Ward’s. The B-segment hatchback was shown at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit in January. At that time, the auto maker said it would go into production by year end, but officials would not confirm which parts of the world would market it. (See related story: Mazda Says MX-Micro Sport ...

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