(Adds background) * Q1 operating profit 150.4 bln yen vs consensus 70 bln yen * Leaves full-year forecast unchanged * Nissan seen outshining Toyota, Honda on sales gains YOKOHAMA, Japan, July 26 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co reported a smaller-than-expected 10.4 percent fall in quarterly operating profit on Wednesday as it recovered swiftly from a parts shortage that hammered the industry after the March 11 earthquake. Japan's second-biggest automaker posted an operating profit of 150.37 ...
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