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Isuzu Motors Ltd. reported a 16 percent decline in profit during the April-June quarter after a stronger yen and higher costs of materials cut earnings.

Net income fell to ¥17.7 billion in the three months to June 30 from ¥21.2 billion a year earlier, Japan’s largest maker of light-duty trucks said Monday. Sales rose 3.2 percent to ¥415 billion.

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