TOKYO, April 23 (Reuters) - Japan's Nissan Motor Co said on Wednesday its global vehicle sales rose 6.7 percent to 2.77 million units in the business year just ended. The results fell slightly short of its estimate made in October due in part to weaker sales in the United States and Europe in the latter half of the year, it said in a statement. For this business year, Nissan said it was assuming an average dollar rate of 120 yen and a euro rate of 130 yen.
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