Mazda aims to be selling its vehicles in all 10 countries comprising the ASEAN trade bloc by next year. After recently opening its first dealership in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, the Japanese automaker says it will re-enter Burma, a country with a population of more than 60 million, in first-half 2014. Mazda’s sales operation in Burma, also known as Myanmar, was halted in 2005 due to United Nations economic sanctions against the authoritarian military regime running the country. The ...
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