Nov 17 (Reuters) - Honda Motor Co plans to sell 850,000 units in Japan in the year ending March, up 16 percent from its previous forecast, the Nikkei reported. Last month, the automaker, whose brands include Accord, Fit/Jazz, and Civic, cut its full-year global sales forecast to 4.12 million vehicles. It had also slashed its profit forecast by a fifth after sales in China were hit by a backlash against Japanese goods. Sales in Japan are expected ...
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