Honda Motor Co. Ltd. posts a second-quarter 2003 profit of ¥137.3 billion ($1.2 billion), up 57.6% from like-2002. Sales increased across the board in all business categories, including motorcycles, automobiles and power products, posting consolidated net sales and other operating revenue up 5.2% to ¥2,017.2 billion ($18.1 billion) vs. second-quarter 2002. Automobile unit sales for first-half fiscal 2003 grew 2.6% to 1,443,000 units and related revenue was up 5.7% to ¥3,267.2 billion ...

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