(Updates to midmorning) TOKYO, Dec 25 (Reuters) - The Nikkei share average rose 0.3 percent in holiday-thinned trade on Thursday, with Toyota Motor Corp and other battered stocks rebounding after the U.S. Dow snapped a five-day losing streak. But Isuzu Motors Ltd dipped after a newspaper reported the Japanese truck maker plans to implement temporary pay cuts for all of its 8,000 full-time workers in Japan in response to a steep sales decline. [ID:nN24364005] "This is simply a rebound, ...
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