Nissan Q3 revenues at Y1.82 trln on solid demand


TOKYO, Jan 29 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co , Japan's third-biggest auto maker, reported on Thursday third-quarter revenues of 1.82 trillion yen ($17.14 billion), putting it on track to meet its full-year sales forecast, which calls for a 9.1 percent rise. Nissan, owned 44.4 percent by France's Renault , gave no comparisons from the year-earlier period. During the October-December quarter, Nissan's global sales grew 11.6 percent to 719,696 units, with the sharpest rise of 15.3 percent in ...

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