DETROIT — In an era where Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. is garnering the lion's share of recognition when it comes to corporate restructuring, Mazda Motor Corp. is quietly reaping the profits of its own reorganization efforts. Mazda, which exports two-thirds of its Japanese production, has surprised many for swinging back into the black during last year's fiscal first half, at a time when several Japanese automakers suffered losses due to a continuing Japanese recession and a ...

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