Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. says operating profit fell 5.5% to ¥205.2 billion ($1.87 billion) during the fiscal year’s second quarter, despite a 15.6% rise in vehicle sales to 955,000 units. “Despite the severe business environment, Nissan’s fundamentals continue to strengthen thanks to appealing products and a competitive cost structure,” says Nissan President and CEO Carlos Ghosn. “Taking into account the risks and opportunities, we see no compelling reason to change our initial financial ...

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