TOKYO, Oct 26 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co's Chief Executive Carlos Ghosn said he did not expect the yen to strengthen much beyond current levels in the second-half of the business year. The dollar is currently trading around 114 yen. Nissan's dollar assumption for the year to March remains at 117 yen, and the first half average was 119 yen. "Frankly, I don't see the yen strengthening much more," Ghosn told a news conference, noting that a 114 yen average for the second half would ...
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