TOKYO, Aug 1 (Reuters) - Japan's Yamaha Motor Co. posted a 16 percent half-year profit increase on Tuesday thanks to strong sales in overseas markets, and raised its full-year forecast by 7 percent to slightly above market expectations. Yamaha, the world's second-biggest motorcycle maker after Honda Motor Co. , said its group operating profit totalled 65.89 billion yen ($575.1 million) in the six months ended June against 56.75 billion yen a year earlier. The company lifted its operating ...
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