UPDATE 2-Mazda aims to limit sales loss from fire to half


(Recasts with company announcement, details) TOKYO, Dec 24 (Reuters) - Japan's Mazda Motor Corp. said on Friday it aimed to limit the impact on sales volume in the year to March from a fire at a domestic car plant to 35,000 vehicles by bumping up production at its other Japanese plants. "If we were to take no steps, we would lose about 70,000 units in sales (by the end of the business year on March 31)," President Hisazaku Imaki told a news conference in Hiroshima, monitored from Mazda's ...

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