YOKOHAMA, Japan, June 27 (Reuters) - The head of Nissan Motor Co. said on Tuesday that he expected the automaker's domestic sales volumes this business year to settle at a weaker level than the company forecast two months ago. Chief Executive Officer Carlos Ghosn, speaking to shareholders at an annual general meeting, said an unfavourable shift in demand to the minicar segment could lead to domestic sales of between 800,000 to 846,000 units for the business year to March 2007. Japan's ...
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