TOKYO, Nov 20 (Reuters) - Japanese truck maker Isuzu Motors Ltd on Thursday posted a return to profit in the past half year and lifted its full-year forecasts, citing aggressive cost-cutting and a recovery in domestic truck demand. Group operating profit for the six months ended September 30 was 35.70 billion yen ($327 million), compared with a loss of 21.35 billion yen in the year-earlier period. Net profit was 24.92 billion yen, versus a loss of 84.23 billion yen a year ago, when ...
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