Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. CEO Carlos Ghosn rolls out the details of the auto maker’s Nissan Value-Up 3-year business plan, which calls for global sales of 4.2 million vehicles annually by fiscal 2008. Nissan sold a record 3,388,000 vehicles worldwide in the fiscal year that ended March 31, 2005, including 1,013,000 in the U.S. – marking the first time the auto maker topped the 1 million mark there. Sales increased 1.4% in Japan to 848,000 units and were flat in Europe at 544,000 vehicles, ...

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