When Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. first unveiled its Nissan Revival Plan in late 1999 – during a period that CEO Carlos Ghosn now refers to as a “near-death experience after a decade of decline” – many questioned whether such aggressive targets were realistic. They weren’t. Nissan reports record results for the fiscal year just ended, reaching the targets set by the 3-year recovery scheme a full year early. And the next phase, dubbed Nissan 180, is just as ambitious, promises Ghosn. Nissan, ...
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