Mazda Motor Corp.'s North American operation says it contributed close to half of the parent company's net profits for fiscal 1998-1999, the first consolidated profit in six years and the highest in 14 years. The Japanese automaker reported a consolidated net income of $321.1 million, reflecting a $377.5 million increase over the previous year. “That's quite an improvement,” says Richard Beattie, president of Mazda's North American Operations, noting parent Mazda Motor also will pay ...

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