TOKYO, May 1 (Reuters) - Automobile sales in Japan, excluding 660cc minivehicles, rose 92 percent in April, the biggest monthly rise on record, after sales a year earlier plunged on supply disruptions from the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami. Sales climbed to 208,977 vehicles, though this was still 5.9 percent short of the tally for April 2010, data from the Japan Automobile Dealers Association showed on Tuesday. Sales at top-ranked Toyota Motor Corp, including the Lexus brand, rose 185 ...
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