Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. expects to report an 84% increase in operating profits for first-half fiscal 2002, ¥348 billion ($2.8 billion). Nissan attributes the record profits to a combination of higher volumes from new products, increases in operating efficiencies and lower purchasing costs. President and CEO Carlos Ghosn revised full-year operating profits upwards by 30% to ¥720 billion ($5.8 billion). Ghosn also announced a 3-year dividend policy, aiming to triple Nissan’s annual ...

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