PARIS – Europe and North America’s declining markets are not about to alter Nissan Motor Co. Ltd.’s goal of selling 3.6 million vehicles in 2005, 1 million more than in 2001. However, 2003 is going to be little help in keeping Nissan on track toward the only goal yet to be achieved in its turnaround under Plan 180. With one-third of the calendar year already gone, Nissan sales are lagging in both major markets. The auto maker sold 2,771,000 vehicles worldwide in the fiscal year ending ...

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