Mazda Motor Corp. says its first-quarter (ended June 30) revenues increased 12.3% to ¥642.3 billion ($5.9 billion), resulting in a net profit of ¥34 billion ($323.8 million). The Japanese auto maker did not provide earnings comparisons from year-ago because it did not report earnings on a quarterly basis at that time. Worldwide vehicle sales increased 11.9% to 258,150 units. Retail volumes in Japan were down 2.6% during the quarter to 60,300 units, while sales in the U.S. increased by ...
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