Those who live by the global markets can die by them as well. Nissan just now is finding that out. The declining markets of North America and Europe are making it harder for the Japanese auto maker to reach its goal of selling 3.6 million vehicles in 2005, 1 million more than in 2001, despite an array of stylish new products. Nissan has been making a stunning comeback under the guidance of President and CEO Carlos Ghosn, who refuses to be deterred in meeting the only goal yet to be ...
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