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Toyota Motor Corp., Honda Motor Co. and Nissan Motor Co.’s unions in Japan asked for more pay as the automakers forecast higher earnings, the firms said Wednesday.

Toyota’s union requested a bonus of ¥2.53 million, down ¥50,000 from a year ago, the company said in a release. It also asked for an increase of ¥1,500 in monthly pay. Honda’s union asked for a bonus equivalent to 6.6-months of wages and an increase of ¥1,000 in monthly salary.

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