Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. says it sold 3,569,295 vehicles worldwide in fiscal year ended March 31, a record tally for the auto maker and an increase of 5.3% vs. the previous year. Nissan saw consolidated net income of ¥518.1 billion ($4.57 billion), a 1.1% increase from year-ago and a sixth straight record. “Although we had few product introductions, we continued to grow our global sales driven by the attractiveness of our existing products and sound business fundamentals,” says Carlos ...

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