TOKYO, Jan 30 (Reuters) - Honda Motor Co , Japan's second-biggest auto maker, reported a surprise 1.4 percent rise in quarterly operating profit on Friday, weathering a sinking dollar and weak sales at home and in its most crucial U.S. market. Operating profit for October-December was 161.13 billion yen ($1.52 billion), compared with an average forecast by seven analysts of 145.9 billion yen. Net profit jumped 31 percent to 151.05 billion yen, lifted by non-operating profits from ...
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