TOKYO, April 23 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co , the first major Japanese carmaker to report its results for last business year, posted a 51 percent rise in operating profit on Wednesday and forecast further growth powered by product launches in the key U.S. market for minivans and SUVs. Japan's third-largest car maker said preliminary operating profit for the year to the end of March reached 737 billion yen ($6.15 billion) as revenue grew 11 percent to 6.85 trillion yen, thanks to strong ...
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