HONG KONG, Aug 27 (Reuters) - Dongfeng Motor Group Co Ltd , the Chinese partner of Nissan Motors Co and Honda Motor Co, posted a 3.1 percent rise in first-half earnings, weighed down its Sino-Japanese car ventures that have struggled to fully recover following an outbreak of anti-Japan sentiment last year. Dongfeng, China's second-largest automaker, made 5.5 billion yuan ($890 million) in net profit during the January-June period, compared with 5.37 billion yuan a year ...
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