By Chang-Ran Kim PARIS, Sept 27 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co President Carlos Ghosn on Friday dismissed talk that profits at Japan's third-largest automaker would peak this year, saying growth would remain robust led by a strong U.S. market. "I hear a lot of people say that 2002 will be the peak and then profitability will be going down. I can tell you right now they are wrong," Ghosn told a small group of reporters at the Paris Motor Show. Ghosn said that in 2003 Nissan would release ...
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