Mazda Motor Corp. says it is on track to achieve full-year financial projections, including a 6% increase in revenue over year-ago, based on its mid-fiscal-year performance. Consolidated revenue for the first half of the fiscal year ending March 31, 2004, increased 4% to ¥1.3 trillion ($10.9 billion), while operating profit rose 94% year-on-year to ¥24.8 billion ($255 million) and net income doubled to ¥11.2 billion ($101 million). Stronger sales, especially in Europe, China and ...

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