TOKYO -- Mazda Motor Corp. says to expect European losses in the range of “several hundred million dollars” this year. The Japanese automaker says it does not expect sustainable profitability in Europe before 2003-2004. Elsewhere, the automaker says it is profitable, and President Mark Fields says this fiscal year should see ¥1.3 billion ($10.6 million) in black ink.
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