Honda exec: new forecasts capped by many risk factors

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TOKYO, July 30 (Reuters) - A top Honda Motor Co executive said on Friday that the company's new forecasts for this financial year may look conservative but there were many risks to factor in. These risks include the end of Japanese subsidies on green-car purchases, a potential rise in North American incentives, and the impact of higher raw materials prices. "The new forecasts may look conservative when you look at the first-quarter performance, but there are many concerns and risks to ...

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