(Recasts throughout) By Chang-Ran Kim, Asia auto correspondent YOKOHAMA, Japan, June 27 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co. , Japan's second-biggest auto maker, warned on Tuesday that its domestic car sales could drop 5 percent below forecast this year as input costs rise and consumers shift to minicars. Chief Executive Carlos Ghosn told the firm's annual meeting that commodity costs in April-May were 50 billion yen ($431.3 million) more than the company had predicted. Nissan, 44 percent ...
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