NEW ORLEANS, Jan 29 (Reuters) - The head of Nissan Motor Co. , breaking ranks with with some of his leading rivals, said on Saturday that building fuel-sipping hybrid vehicles makes little sense in today's world because of their high costs. "They make a nice story, but they're not a a good business story yet because the value is lower than their costs," said Nissan Chief Executive Carlos Ghosn. Nissan will, in fact, start manufacturing a gas-electric hybrid version of its Altima sedan ...
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