TOKYO, Feb 1 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co's new chief financial officer said on Friday it was difficult to characterise the Japanese automaker's share price as undervalued, stressing that meeting its business targets was key to a better stock market performance. "It's difficult for me to say that it's undervalued", Alain Dassas told Reuters in an interview. "I'm not happy with it, but I'm not the judge. The market is the judge." Dassas added that in order to raise Nissan's stock price it ...
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