Nissan announced full-year results showing a rise in revenues and profitability, helped by demand for new products in North America, Western Europe and China.
Nissan announced results for the six-month period ending September 30 showing a sharp rise in operating profit and solid revenue growth.
Nissan announced net revenue of 2.90 trillion yen, up 17.6% for the three months ending June 30, 2015, while operating profit was 193.7 billion yen, a 58.0% increase.
Nissan profit rose in the last business year, led by North America and Western Europe, as well as a weaker yen. Watch the media briefing here.
Nissan's net income and operating profit grew during the first half of the business year. Watch the full earnings briefing here.
Nissan gives autonomous car timetable, vows to seize market opportunities created by rise of mega-cities.
Improved fourth quarter profitability enabled Nissan to meet its full‐year net income guidance for fiscal 2013. Watch the archived press conference here.
Bo Andersson, president of Russian carmaker AVTOVAZ, is the first foreign chief of the nation's No.1, which is part of the Renault-Nissan Alliance's ambitious plans for the market as a sales and production hub.
Nissan announced results for the first nine months showing operating profit of US$ 3.73 billion.
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Infiniti President Johan de Nysschen and Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn give their impressions on the new Q50, after test drives at the Tochigi Proving Ground and the launch of production.
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Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn says localization and lower costs will be key to Nissan's leadership in China's emerging electric car market.
The last 12 months have been hugely eventful for Nissan Motor Company with a host of new vehicle launches, sporting successes on the track and expansion in fast-growing markets from India to Brazil.
Joji Tagawa, Corporate Vice President in charge of Investor Relations, talks about Nissan's third quarter financial results and the outlook for the rest of the year.