VIENNA – Mazda Motor Corp. assumes control over its own import activities in Norway and Sweden, as it looks to boost anemic sales in both those markets. The Japanese auto maker already had installed an import subsidiary in Denmark back in March 2003. Mazda No.13 in Norway, No.17 in Sweden. In Norway, Mazda is taking over control from privately owned Kolberg Motors AS. The Oslo-based importer introduced the Mazda brand in Norway in 1967 and sold about 272,000 Mazda vehicles over the ...

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