CARMEL, California, U.S.A. — When Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. took the wraps off its now-famous Nissan Revival Plan in October 1999, the ailing automaker promised that its turnaround not only would rely heavily on cost-cutting but would draw strength from a reinvigorated product lineup. In May, Nissan touted stronger than expected financial results for the previous fiscal year, with a compelling return to profit. Now, the automaker is poised to unleash a raft of new-for-''02 products, just the ...
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