Nov. 26, 2012 (China Knowledge) - Mazda Motor Corp, a Japanese automobile maker, expects its auto sale in China
will drop between 34% and 35% from a year earlier in November 2012, source reported.
Noriaki Yamada, Chairman and Executive President of Mazda Motor (China) Co Ltd, predicted Mazda's auto sales in China will recovery at the end of March 2013.
The Japanese automaker saw its auto sales in China decrease 35% YoY to 13,258 units in September and further decline 45% YoY to 9,511 units in October due to the territorial dispute.
In the first ten months of this year, Mazda Motor sold a total of 157,627 autos in China, 9% less than it realized in the same period of last year.