TOKYO, Oct 25 (Reuters) - Japanese truck maker Hino Motors Ltd. raised its full-year profit forecasts on Tuesday after posting better-than-expected results in the latest quarter, helped by brisk demand for big trucks in Japan. Shares in Hino, which is controlled by Toyota Motor Corp. , jumped as much as 6.3 percent on the revision before settling at 707 yen by the close, up 3.67 percent on the day. "We expect domestic truck sales to exceed last year's levels, supported by replacement ...
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