YOKOHAMA, Japan, May 10 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co posted a 46.1 percent rise in its quarterly net profit, as the weakening yen helps Japanese carmakers repatriate overseas earnings at a more favourable rate than previously. In January-March, Japan's second biggest automaker by sales volume posted net profit of 110 billion yen ($1.11 billion), compared with 75.3 billion yen in the same period last year. The fourth-quarter figure was above an average forecast ...
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