Honda trims full-year profit forecast; Q3 rises 63 pct


TOKYO, Jan 31 (Reuters) - Honda Motor Co Ltd marginally reduced its annual net profit forecast by 1.3 percent to 370 billion yen after car sales were dented in China following anti-Japan protests, and as it continues to struggle in Europe. For the third quarter, it posted a 62.6 percent rise in quarterly net profit from a year ago, helped by strong vehicle sales in its biggest market the United States and as the yen weakens, making its products more competitive abroad. ...

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