TOKYO — Mazda Motor Corp. says it will cut domestic production this year due to falling demand in Europe but denies it plans to reduce domestic lines and cut jobs. Earlier published reports here said Mazda, which is 33.4% owned by Ford Motor Co., planned to cut domestic production capacity 20% by 2002. Current capacity totals 1.1 million vehicles. The reports said Mazda would close two of its five assembly lines at its Hiroshima plant, which has a yearly capacity of 700,000 vehicles. The ...

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