* Honda posts surprise Q1 profit of 25.2 bln yen * Nissan posts surprise Q1 profit of 11.6 bln yen * PSA Peugeot Citroen swings to H1 net loss * Peugeot shares up over 6 percent (Adds Nissan results) By Chang-Ran Kim and Helen Massy-Beresford TOKYO/PARIS, July 29 (Reuters) - Japanese carmakers Honda and Nissan unexpectedly clung to profits in the first quarter and either raised or stuck to their full-year forecasts, while France's Peugeot swung to a loss. Peugeot said on ...
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