Ghosn sees Nissan sales up 1.2% in Europe in 2005


BARCELONA, May 23 (Reuters) - Nissan expects its car sales in Europe to rise 1.2 percent this year, its chairman and chief executive, Carlos Ghosn, said on Monday. "We have always said that we are not particularly optimistic for the European market, and in the best of cases it would be stable this year," Ghosn said. "But we think we will slightly progress in Europe with Nissan," Ghosn told reporters in Barcelona. Nisan expects car sales in Europe to rise 1.2 percent to 550,000 units ...

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