NEW YORK – Nissan isn’t backing down from its aggressive outlook on electric-vehicle sales, a top U.S. executive says, pointing to the auto maker’s commitment to a plan announced earlier this year to have 600 fast chargers installed in the U.S. by the end of its current fiscal year, a threefold increase from 2012. “We're very bullish on EVs,” Brendan Jones, director-EV infrastructure strategy and deployment, tells WardsAuto in an interview here. So far ...

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