TOKYO, Sept 30 (Reuters) - Japan's Nikkei average was flat on Wednesday as some exporters such as Honda Motor Co received support from a halt in the yen's advance against the dollar. But Toyota Motor Corp fell 0.6 percent following an announcement it will recall some 3.8 million vehicles because of the risk that a loose floormat could force down the accelerator, a problem suspected of causing crashes that killed five people. [ID:nN29538909] The benchmark Nikkei inched up 4.97 points to ...
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