Even as Mazda braces for waves of COVID-19-related red ink this year, the Japanese carmaker is anticipating a surge in U.

S. volume not seen in three decades after the pandemic clears.

Mazda Motor Corp. CEO Akira Marumoto says that in three years' time, the automaker will be in position to pursue annual U.S. sales of 450,000 vehicles, an impressive 62 percent increase over last year's result.

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Mazda To Report An Annual Increase In US Sales IN SPITE Of Covid-19 Pandemic

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