Nissan revises profit projections for FY2000 TOKYO — Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. expects operating profits for the fiscal year ending March 31 to fall below earlier projections. The Japanese automaker, which earlier projected consolidated operating profits of US$900 million on sales of US$62 billion, says it fell short due to sluggish domestic sales. Nissan plans to cut the number of domestic nameplates by 25% from the current 40. Nissan in North America uses nine different names. Additionally, ...

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