TOKYO, Oct 27 (Reuters) - Honda Motor Co. said on Thursday it expected its auto sales in the key North American market to weaken in the second half of its business year to March 2006 compared with the first half. Japan's third-biggest auto maker said earlier that its car sales in North America were expected to come to 1.675 million units for the full year, unchanged from its prior forecast.
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