TABLE-Mazda Motor -2009/10 parent results

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April 27 (Reuters) - MAZDA MOTOR CORP PARENT-ONLY FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS (in billions of yen unless specified) Year ended Year ended Year to Mar 31, 2010 Mar 31, 2009 Mar 31, 2011 LATEST YEAR-AGO COMPANY RESULTS RESULTS FORECASTS Sales 1.65 trln 1.82 trln (-9.3 pct) (-26.1 pct) Operating prft 7.37 loss 97.95 Recurring prft 6.90 loss 57.46 Net loss 16.48 loss 71.79 EPS loss Y10.84 loss Y52.35 Annual div Y3.00 Y3.00 Y3.00 -Q2 div nil Y3.00 nil -Q4 div Y3.00 nil Y3.00 NOTE - ...

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