Nissan aims for 37 pct global sales rise by 07/08


TOKYO, April 26 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co said on Monday it would aim to sell 4.2 million vehicles globally by the business year ending in March 2008, which would represent a 37 percent rise from the just-ended business year. Outlining its new three-year business plan beginning in April 2005, Japan's third-largest auto maker said it would launch 28 all-new models globally and introduce the Infiniti luxury brand outside the main U.S. market, including in Japan and Europe. The new plan, ...

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