Summary-Nissan's three-year business plan from April 2005


TOKYO, April 26 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co , Japan's third-largest auto maker, announced on Monday an outline of a new three-year business plan to begin in April 2005, as it posted a year of record profits for the year to March 2004. Following are the contents of the "Nissan Value-Up" plan, which ends in the 2007/08 business year: -- Raise sales volume by 820,000 units to 4.2 million compared with projected sales for the year ending March 31, 2005, representing a global market share of ...

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