PARIS, March 24 (Reuters) - Japanese car maker Nissan will cruise past its profitability and debt reduction targets and should comfortably meet an aim to sell an extra million cars annually in three years, chief Carlos Ghosn said. Nissan Chief Executive and President Ghosn, a turnaround champion credited with hauling Nissan back from the brink, told France's Le Figaro newspaper that the firm would have slashed its debt to 600 million euros ($638 million) by the end of March, meaning it ...
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