Nissan says to lower U.S. sales forecast for 2005

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TOKYO, Sept 22 (Reuters) - The head of Nissan Motor Co. , Japan's second-biggest car maker, said on Thursday the company plans to revise down its U.S. sales forecast for 2005. Chief executive Carlos Ghosn said the company was seeing some shift in demand from bigger to smaller vehicles. "We are not particularly optimistic about the U.S. market in the next six months and next year," Ghosn told reporters.

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