Nissan Motor Co. Ltd.'s new chief operating officer, Carlos Ghosn, says his determination to turn around the ailing Japanese automaker means returning to profitability in the next fiscal year. “It's non-negotiable,” the Brazilian native says. “We don't have a lot of time to fix Nissan's problems.” Analysts say that's a fairly ambitious goal considering Nissan announced this spring that it has a $35 billion debt load, but add that it can be done. Renault SA's former executive vice president ...
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