By Chang-Ran Kim TOKYO, Jan 29 (Reuters) - Japanese car makers Honda Motor Co and Toyota Motor Corp look set to report healthy third-quarter earnings in the coming week as brisk sales in the United States more than made up for soft demand at home. A fast-growing Asian car market is also expected to have driven profits in the October-December quarter, analysts said. The auto industry has been a rare bright spot in the domestic economy due to its heavy dependence on North America, where ...
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