TOKYO, July 27 (Reuters) - Honda Motor Co. , Japan's third-biggest auto maker, posted a stronger-than-expected 6.5 percent rise in quarterly operating profit on Wednesday thanks to solid domestic and U.S. sales, and it lifted its full-year forecasts. The maker of the Civic sedan made an operating profit of 170.39 billion yen in the first quarter ended June, compared with 159.99 billion yen a year before, and raised its forecast to 665 billion yen for the year to March 2006 from 650 ...
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