By Chang-Ran Kim and Dan Sloan TOKYO, Nov 26 (Reuters) - These days it's hard to find an analyst with a bad word to say about Nissan Motor Co , Japan's third-largest automaker. For two years running, Nissan has beat the most bullish profit forecasts presented by brokerage analysts and it continues to set what many consider to be ambitious medium-term targets. That may be why Thierry Moulonguet, Nissan's chief financial officer, is brimming with confidence even when contemplating a ...
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