Weak yen, brisk sales to lift Japan car makers' Q3

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(For accompanying table, double-click on [ID:nT180616]) By Chang-Ran Kim, Asia auto correspondent TOKYO, Jan 27 (Reuters) - Most Japanese car makers look set to report firm profit growth for the latest quarter as soaring sales, deeper cost cuts and a weaker yen offset higher spending on manufacturing facilities and research into new technologies. After a year of record vehicle production at Japan's top three auto makers, analysts are less worried about the uncertain outlook for the key ...

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