TOKYO, July 26 (Reuters) - Honda Motor Co. , Japan's third-biggest car maker, posted a 30 percent jump in quarterly net profit on Wednesday, fuelled by strong North American sales, and kept its full-year forecast on the back of a softer yen. April-June net profit at Honda, also the world's biggest motorcycle maker, rose to 143.4 billion yen ($1.23 billion) from 110.67 billion yen a year earlier. Six brokers surveyed by Reuters Estimates had forecast profit of 138.93 billion yen. ...
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