Industry experts in Tokyo doubt Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. is firmly back on track yet after missing sales and profit targets for fiscal year, ended March 31, 2007. Despite assurances from Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn that disappointing results are temporary, Koji Endo, head of research, Credit Suisse Japan, foresees net income down slightly in the fiscal year, ended March 31,2008, and off a bit more in fiscal March 2009. Adding to doubt is speculation Nissan’s new medium-term business plan, soon ...
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