Tagawa: "Nissan delivered solid financial and operational results for the nine month period. Our results reflected strong performance in North America and Western Europe, which offset volatility in foreign exchange rates, including the lessening of the yen/US dollar tailwind, and declining market conditions in several emerging markets."
Carlos Ghosn, president and chief executive officer of Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., today announced that the brand will produce a new crossover that will be sold globally, starting with Latin American markets from 2016.
Nissan's NISMO FESTIVAL 2015 was held at Fuji Speedway on November 29. Under sunny, crisp late Autumn weather that allowed for an unimpeded view of majestic Mt. Fuji, 30,000 Nissan and NISMO fans gathered at Fuji Speedway and reveled in the fun from early morning right until the finale.
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. announced today that the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP)* yesterday ranked the company among the top 5 percent of global corporations participating in the international NPO's climate change program and included Nissan on its 113 A-List.
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. today announced first-half fiscal year financial results for the six-month period ending September 30, 2015. Nissan reported sharply increased operating profit and solid revenue growth. Strong demand for new products in North America and Western Europe, combined with the benefits of continued cost discipline and the yen correction against the US dollar, offset declining market conditions in Japan and several emerging markets.
"Overall, Nissan delivered solid business results for the period. This reflected a strong performance in North America and Western Europe; increased unit sales in China; and the benefits of our continued cost discipline and the favorable impact in year-over-year changes to the yen-dollar exchange rate. These trends helped offset declining market conditions in Japan and several emerging markets. Today's reported earnings are solid and show the company's overall performance continues to improve."