TOKYO, Sept 1 (Reuters) - Japan's Nikkei stock average is set to slip on Monday, with high-tech shares such as Advantest Corp leading the way lower after a warning on Friday that companies are cutting back on technology spending globally. One stock to watch will be Honda Motor Co after an executive told Reuters on Friday the company expects to boost motorcycle sales by more than 10 percent to around 15 million units this year, driven by surging demand in Brazil, India and other major ...
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