TOKYO, April 26 (Reuters) - Japan's Honda Motor Co. posted a 5.1 percent rise in full-year operating profit on Tuesday on brisk overseas sales and projected further growth this year on expanded U.S. production. Honda, the world's biggest motorbike maker, forecast slower-than-expected 3 percent operating profit growth to 650 billion yen ($6.15 billion), against a mean forecast of 674.6 billion yen by 19 analysts. Operating profit was 630.92 billion yen at Japan's third-biggest auto maker ...
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