TOKYO, July 29 (Reuters) - Yamaha Motor Co. Ltd. , the world's second-largest motorcycle maker, posted a big jump in quarterly profit on Thursday, with healthy sales of all-terrain vehicles and chip-mounting robots putting it on track to meet its earnings target. Consolidated net profit shot up 32.7 percent to 11.57 billion yen ($103.6 million) for the April-June quarter with sales rising 14.8 percent to 295.59 billion yen. That climb in part reflected a weak first quarter last year, ...
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