(Recasts, adds details) By Chang-Ran Kim HIROSHIMA, Japan, Feb 24 (Reuters) - After an 18-month drought of new models at Mazda Motor Corp until last summer, President Lewis Booth is convinced Japan's fifth-largest auto maker is coming back with a bang. In a promising sign of the "product-led growth" that has also become the motto at domestic rivals Nissan Motor Co and Mitsubishi Motors Corp , Mazda has shown it can still build cars with the flair to take the industry by storm. The ...
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