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Mazda's 2013 net sales nearly tripled
The net sales of Mazda Motor, a Japanese automaker, for the last fiscal year (31 ended in March) increased by 295,6% and reached a record 135,7 billion yen ($ 1,33 billion). This is noted in the message of the organization.
The company's profit amounted to 2,69 trillion yen ($ 26 billion), its operating income reached 182,12 billion yen ($ 1,78 billion). The main reason for such a successful outcome was a decrease in the national currency exchange rate, which led to an increase in revenue from sales abroad. The growth of the organization’s income was also due to the high demand for cars of this brand, equipped with the Skyactiv fuel-efficient system.
In total, 1,331 million vehicles produced under this brand were sold last year. In the current fiscal year, Mazda management expects to receive a net profit of 160 billion yen ($ 1,6 billion). Against the backdrop of a sharp depreciation of the national currency, Japanese automotive brands significantly increased their revenues in the last financial year.