FARMINGTON HILLS, Michigan, U.S.A. — Renault SA’s former "Le Cost Killer," Carlos Ghosn, is measuring his task at Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. these days with visits to the Japanese automaker’s international operations, impressing upon everyone he meets his immediate message: profitability for Nissan by next fiscal year. "It’s non-negotiable," the Brazilian native says. "We don’t have a lot of time to fix Nissan’s problems." Analysts say that’s a fairly ambitious goal considering Nissan ...

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