Nissan says aims for 67% boost in 2008 dividend


TOKYO, June 23 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co , Japan's third-biggest auto maker, said on Wednesday an aggressive sales and profit expansion plan should mean a 67 percent higher dividend payment in the year to March 2008 than in the current year. Nissan, which in April reported a 12 percent jump in operating profit for the past year, told shareholders it aims to pay an annual dividend of 40 yen in the 2007/08 business year, up from a planned 24 yen in the current year to March 31, 2005. The ...

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