Mazda Motor Corp.’s domestic output grew for the first time in two years, up 0.3% to 390,989 units in the fiscal year’s first half, which runs from April-September. Production of the E-Series (Bongo Brawny) jumped 107.9% and the MX-5 rose 20.1%. Additionally, Mazda’s overseas production rose for the third time since fiscal 2002’s first half, to 160,872 units, an increase of 30.9%. Exports rose for the first time in two years, as well, up 4.3% to 269,677 units. The increases include ...

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