TOKYO – Ever since Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. survived a near-death experience in the 1990s, company managers rarely have looked back, preferring to look forward to meeting new commitments. "We hope to set more new records this fiscal year," Chief Operating Officer Toshiyuki Shiga says in an interview. In the 12 months ending next March 31, he foresees Nissan's consolidated net revenue up nearly 5% to ¥9 trillion ($75.6 billion), operating profit rising 1% to ¥870 billion ($7.3 billion) and ...
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