Mazda Motor Corp. posts an operating profit of ¥43.5 billion ($411.7 million) in first-half fiscal 2004, a 53% jump over year-ago. As a result, Mazda has increased its full-year outlook, which now calls for a record operating profit of ¥78 billion ($737.8 million). “We are now on course to achieve an all-time record of ¥78 billion in operating profit,” says Chief Financial Officer Gideon Wolthers. “And it is worth noting the last time our operating results were close to that level, the ...

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