DETROIT — Nissan Motor Co. Ltd., just a few months into its all-encompassing “Revival Plan” initiated by new Chief Operating Officer Carlos Ghosn, isn't backing off from the painful restructuring first detailed last fall. The automaker will give a progress report on the plan's first six months this October; the plan is officially in place beginning with the new fiscal year April 1. Ghosn believes the company will weather its restructuring — and is buoyed by the fact that Nissan's sales ...
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