Well Mazda was owned by three CO. Mazda, Ford, and the Bank of Japan. Ford has sold alot of there shares recently but they still are partal owners.
A: The Mazda Motor Corporation, a Japanese automaker based in the Hiroshima Prefecture, owns Mazda. The Japan Trustee Services Bank owns the largest number of shares in Mazda; its two largest shareholders are Sumitomo Trust and Banking and Resona Holdings in Japan, which own smaller shares in the auto company.
Ford Motor Company owns: Lincoln and a small stake in Mazda. General Motors owns: Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, and GMC. GM owns a controlling interest in Opel and Vauxhall in Europe and Holden in Australia.
Ford Motor Company is a Dearborn, Michigan-based company. It owns 30% of Mazda. The Ford family includes Ford, Mercury, Lincoln, and Volvo. It sold Aston Martin in 2008 to an international consortium.
Mazda is an independent company, which will celebrate their 100th anniversary in 2020. Ford has a 2% interest, and some Japanese banks have invested as well. But they are their own company.
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