By Tom Pfeiffer PARIS, Sept 27 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co expects its new Micra compact car to spur an increase in European profits in the Japanese automaker's current fiscal year, President Carlos Ghosn said on Friday. Nissan, whose financial year ends next March, returned to profit in Europe last year after it merged some operations with French partner Renault SA to cut costs, and reined in its market share ambitions to target only profitable growth. Former Renault executive Ghosn, ...
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