TOKYO, April 28 (Reuters) - Yamaha Motor Co , the world's second-largest motorcycle maker, on Wednesday posted record profit for the latest business year thanks to robust sales in Asia and forecast an even better year ahead. Yamaha said its net profit came to 40.12 billion yen ($366 million) for the business year that ended on March 31, the third consecutive year of growth. Group operating profit also came in at a record 73.13 billion yen on 1.02 trillion yen in sales as brisk motorcycle ...
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