By Chang-Ran Kim, Asia auto correspondent TOKYO, July 26 (Reuters) - The race for profits among Japan's auto makers is likely to show Toyota well ahead in the first quarter, with expected double digit growth on runaway sales, while its rivals struggle to offset damage from a stronger yen. A 10-yen fall in the dollar during the April-June quarter would deal a hefty blow to all of Japan's top five car makers, but analysts said fundamentals were solid for most thanks to healthy sales in the ...
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