Mazda Motor Corp. is projecting a fifth straight year of profit growth in the current fiscal year that began April 1. The Japanese auto maker is forecasting an operating profit of ¥90 billion ($857.1 million) for the current year, up 9% from ¥82.9 billion ($772.5 million) reported for fiscal year that ended March 31, 2005. Net income is forecast to increase 20% to ¥55 billion ($523.8 million), the auto maker says. Net income rose a whopping 35.1% in the just-ended fiscal year to a record ...

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