YOKOHAMA, Japan, June 23 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co wants a 10 percent share of the U.S. auto market within three years, the company's head said on Thursday. Chief Executive Carlos Ghosn also told a small group of reporters that he expects to conclude Nissan's and Renault's deal to raise their stake in Russian carmaker AvtoVAZ by the end of this year. Nissan on Thursday forecast a better-than-expected 14.4 percent fall in annual operating profit, defying a quake-induced setback in the ...
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