Mazda Motor Corp. expects to show a sharp increase in both profit and revenue for the fiscal year that ended March 31 but predicts a rocky road ahead. The auto maker forecasts operating profits for the current fiscal year, ending March 31, 2004, to be the best the auto maker has seen in 10 years – up 28.3% to ¥65 billion ($565 million). Net profit is projected to grow by 24.3% to ¥30 billion ($261 million), continuing its path toward fiscal recovery. Despite expected profit growth, Mazda ...

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