Nissan to seek buy-back of up to Y100 bln of shares


TOKYO, May 24 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co , Japan's second-largest auto maker, said on Monday it would seek shareholders' approval to buy back up to 75 million of its own shares, or up to 100 billion yen ($890 million) worth. The buy-back is subject to approval at a shareholders' meeting scheduled on June 23. ($1=112.35 Yen)

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