Subaru-maker Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd. reportedly says its operating profit rose 38.8% to ¥58.3 billion ($524.6 million) for the fiscal year ended March 31, due to a weak yen. Fuji’s net profit slipped 14.4%, however, to ¥15.6 billion ($140.3 million), which is blamed on losses related to currency, as well as a one-time charge for paying retirement allowances to more than 700 workers. For the current fiscal year, Fuji sees operating profit falling to ¥50 billion ($449.7 million) but ...

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