Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. is back in the black after posting record earnings for 2000. Last week, the Japanese automaker reported a consolidated net profit of $2.7 billion for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2001. The earnings beat Wall Street expectations and Nissan's own forecast of $1.8 billion made last October. “The Nissan Revival Plan (NRP) has produced the best financial performance in the company's history as far as we can reliably trace it,” crows Nissan President Carlos Ghosn. Unit ...
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