Continuing its recovery from the Japanese earthquake and tsunami of 2011, Honda books net income of ¥367.1 billion ($3.7 billion) in fiscal-year 2013 ended March 31, up from prior-year’s ¥211.4 billion ($2.2 billion) but just missing the auto maker’s target set in January of ¥370.0 billion ($3.8 billion). Honda credits increased vehicle sales and a weakening Japanese yen for higher revenues of ¥9.9 trillion ($100.6 billion) compared with ¥7,948.0 ($81.0 ...

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