Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. President and CEO Carlos Ghosn declares the Nissan revival a reality, as he details expectations for record operating profits and the elimination of debt. The auto maker announced preliminary financial results for the fiscal year that ended March 31, 2003. It expects record operating profits of ¥737 billion ($6.04 billion), a 50.7% year-on-year gain. This makes for a 10.8% operating margin, which Nissan claims is the highest in the auto industry. It exceeds the goal ...

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