Mazda published Sustainability and Annual reports 2020

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The FINANCIAL — Mazda Motor Corporation published the Mazda Sustainability Report 20201 in Japanese and Annual Report 20202 in English and Japanese on the company’s official website. The English version of the Sustainability Report will be published in November 2020.

Highlights of the Mazda Sustainability Report 2020

  • • Top Message:
    • – Initiatives for three priority areas specified by Mazda’s Medium-Term Management Plan
    • – Innovation of business structure based on experiences from the COVID-19 crisis and initiatives for stakeholders
    • – Initiatives to resolve social issues and contribution to achieving SDGs3 through business activities
  • • Feature Story:
    • – Initiatives aimed at achieving the “Sustainable Zoom-Zoom 2030” long-term technology development vision, and the thinking behind the development of our first mass-production electric vehicle, Mazda MX-30
    • – Initiatives to express our gratitude to those who have supported Mazda over the years on the occasion of our 100th anniversary since foundation

The Mazda Sustainability Report also gives a comprehensive overview of Mazda’s CSR initiatives in relation to customer satisfaction, quality, safety, environment, respect for people and social contribution.

Highlights of the Annual Report 2020

  • • Message from the President and CEO:
    • – Fiscal year March 2020 initiatives, including announcement of Medium-Term Management Plan and introduction of new-generation models
    • – Initiatives in response to the COVID-19 crisis, and direction of Medium-Term Management Plan revision
  • • Strategies for Increasing Corporate Value:
    • – The centennial history of Mazda supported by its never-stop-challenging spirit
    • – Major initiatives and financial targets of Medium-Term Management Plan
    • – Initiatives aimed at achieving the “Sustainable Zoom-Zoom 2030” vision and new-generation products
  • • Initiatives for Sustainable Growth:
    • – CSR initiatives; business management systems, including corporate governance and internal control
  • • Review of Operations:
    • – Sales results and initiatives in Japan, North America, Europe, China and other markets

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