TOKYO, Aug 25 (Reuters) - Top Japanese tyre maker Bridgestone Corp said on Wednesday the yen's current level does not hugely affect its earnings or long-term business strategy because it has diversified its operations around the world. "Foreign exchange rates at current levels do not do much harm to our earnings," President Shoshi Arakawa told a news conference. "I think it is not necessary to review our sales or production strategy for the long term if the dollar stays around 85 yen," he ...
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