Don't Write Off Nissan Yet

The automaker's quarterly results are expected to be down, but it's boosting R&D and has a crowd of strong new models in the pipeline

Make no mistake, it has been a tough year for Nissan (NSANY) and Renault chief Carlos Ghosn. In the key North American and Japanese markets, sales have slumped, alliance talks between Nissan, Renault, and General Motors (GM) have failed, and Toyota (TM) may soon steal Nissan's crown as the world's most profitable automaker.

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