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Japan’s three leading automakers expect a stronger yen will cost them around $14 billion in lost operating profit this year alone — just as they need to invest more in everything from cleaner fuel to driverless cars.

After three years of supernormal profits on the back of a weaker currency, Toyota Motor, Nissan Motor and Honda Motor now face a reality check after the yen has turned around.

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