Honda revises assumed dollar, euro rates for 02/03


TOKYO, Oct 28 (Reuters) - Honda Motor Co, Japan's second-largest automaker, said on Monday it was revising its assumption for the dollar-yen rate to 121 yen for the year to March 2003, from 125 in the previous estimate. It also said in a statement that it was changing its assumption for the euro-yen rate to 114 yen from 110 yen for the year. The dollar averaged 123 yen in the first half to September, while the euro averaged 117 yen, Honda said. The company also said it planned to buy ...

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