(Adds company official and analysts comments) By Chang-Ran Kim TOKYO, Oct 30 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp , Japan's biggest automaker, on Wednesday reported its best ever operating profit for any half year, driven by healthy North American sales, cost-cutting and a softer yen. Group operating profit surged 44 percent for April-September to 730.83 billion yen ($5.94 billion). The strong first-half profit figure, flagged in an apparent leak to business daily Nihon Keizai last week, ...
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