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Nissan posts net income boost, but is the least profitable Japanese automaker


Even though the automaker posted increased financial results for the fourth quarter, it ultimately failed to take full advantage of the yen’s profit boost, while the weaker national currency took earnings sky high at other exporters. The Yokohama, Japan-based company announced its net income went up 57 % to reach 84.3 billion yen ($825 million) in the three months ended Dec. ...
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