(Adds briefing in 3rd paragraph) TOKYO, Dec 24 (Reuters) - Japanese auto maker Mazda Motor Corp. will be unable to resume full operations at a fire-hit domestic car assembly plant until next spring, business daily Nihon Keizai reported on Friday. The paper attributed the information to the company, but a Mazda spokesman said it had made no such announcement. "We still don't know when the plant will be fully operational," he said. Mazda said later that its president, Hisakazu Imaki, ...
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