GARDENA, CA – No doubt about it, Nissan North America Inc. is on the comeback trail. Nissan's Norio Matsumura Rebuilding a corporate and brand image, expanding sales and boosting market share is never an easy job, but its especially hard now in the U.S., with consumers intimidated by war fears and a sluggish economy. Even so, President Norio Matsumura feels a good start has been made. He is confident that, after operating more than four decades in North America, Nissan is ...

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