Mazda sales in China down 30% in November

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Japan’s Mazda Motor Corp said on Monday it sold 12,187 cars in China in November, down 29.7 percent on a year earlier, as Japanese car makers continue to suffer from the fallout of the anti-Japan sentiment that flared up following a territorial row between the two countries. The nearly 30-percent fall last month compares with a decline of 45 percent in October.

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Mazda’s China head Noriaki Yamada said on the sidelines of the Guangzhou autoshow last month the firm’s November China car sales is likely to fall about 34-35 percent from a year earlier.

Yamada also said the sales in China in the fourth quarter will likely decline around 40 percent but hopefully the impact of the anti-Japanese sentiment will normalise by the end of March. In the first 11 months of the year, sales fell 11.3 percent from a year ago to 169,814 cars, Mazda said in a statement.

Via: Reuters.

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