Mazda Motor Corp. credits an improved model mix and weaker yen against other major currencies for a 9% increase in fiscal first-quarter revenue to Ұ734.3 billion ($6.40 billion). Operating profit rose 30% over year-ago to Ұ29.6 billion ($258.2 million). Overall net income increased by Ұ6.2 billion ($54.1 million), the auto maker reports. In Japan, Mazda saw retail sales for the period drop 6% to 62,000 units compared with year-ago. Mazda sales also dipped in China, where the auto maker ...

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