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Mazda, a return to full production in June, announces its financial results forecast

• Back to full production plants in Japan Mazda in June

• Forecasts Positive Financial Results for the financial year

• Introduction of SKYACTIV technologies and the new design language of the brand according to the planned schedule

Mazda Motor Corporation has announced that its Japanese assembly plants had found their normal operating level if the overtime and work teams involved are included in the congestion. The Company expects to reach a production volume of 900,000 units Japan throughout the current fiscal year (April 2011 - March 2012).

Mazda also announced expected financial results. She expects a turnover of 2,190 billion yen based on a goal of global sales of 1,305,000 units over the period April 2011 -. March, slightly higher than that of last year 2012 figure, should result, according to its estimates, for an operating profit of 20 billion yen and a net profit of 1 billion yen. These encouraging forecasts can be explained by several factors, including continued reductions in costs and the upcoming launch of the first models of the new generation of Mazda vehicles that combine revolutionary SKYACTIV technology has a brand new resolutely exciting design language, KODO baptized - or the soul of the movement.

"Our return to full production in Japan demonstrated the courage and the know-how of the Japanese people and our colleagues on the spot, said Jeff Guyton, President and CEO of Mazda Motor Europe. We thus find a strong position to support and develop our activities in Europe, focusing in both the high quality of our existing range, and our future vehicles, absolutely beautiful, teams of SKYACTIV technologies. "

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