TOKYO, May 21 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co, Japan's third-largest automaker, confirmed on Wednesday its operating profit grew 51 percent last business year, extending its dramatic revival on the back of sturdy sales in overseas markets. Group operating profit at Nissan, owned 44.4 percent by France's Renault , was 737.23 billion yen ($6.32 billion) in the year that ended on March 31, in line with preliminary figures announced a month ago. Net profit grew 33 percent to 495.17 billion yen. ...
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