TOKYO, May 20 (Reuters) - Japan's Nikkei average is expected to move narrowly on Thursday after Wall Street fell amid risk aversion in the wake of a move towards tighter German financial regulation, but short-covering after an 11-week closing low on Wednesday will limit falls. Honda Motor Co may draw attention after the Nikkei business daily said it plans to increase its carmaking capacity in China 36 percent by 2012. [ID:nSGE64I0PJ] Germany's sudden move to ban naked short selling in ...
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