Increasing challenges from currency fluctuations took their toll on Honda Motor Co. Ltd.’s fiscal third-quarter financial results. The auto maker’s consolidated net income for the quarter that ended Dec. 31, 2003, totaled ¥151 billion ($1.41 billion), an increase of 31.2% over like-2002. Income per share amounted to ¥158.66 ($1.48). Unit sales in all of Honda’s business categories – motorcycles, automobiles and power equipment – increased during the third quarter. Consolidated net sales ...

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