(Adds comments from Honda executive, Mazda president) By Chang-Ran Kim TOKYO, April 25 (Reuters) - Japanese car makers Honda Motor Co and Mazda Motor Corp posted bumper profits on Friday as they sped past rivals but mapped out different roads for the year ahead, with Honda taking a more wary approach. Most of Japan's top five automakers are forecasting a further profit rise in the current business year, but Honda warned that its operating profit would fall due to unfavourable exchange ...
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