Summary-Nissan's 3-year business plan


TOKYO, April 25 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co. announced on Monday further details and slight revisions to its three-year business plan that went into effect on April 1 as it posted a record profit for the year to March 31. Among changes to the basic outline of the "Nissan Value-Up" plan, which was first announced a year ago, was the postponement of a target to sell 4.2 million vehicles globally by one year, to the 12 months through March 2009 instead of 2008. Following are the key details ...

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