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CEO: Nissan Performance 'Rock Bottom'

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Automotive news reports Nissan CEO Hiroto Saikawa has a plan to reverse the sudden U.S. free fall that has driven the automaker to its worst financial funk in more than a decade — but it's not going to happen quickly. Saikawa predicted last week: "People will question why we are not delivering results soon." He said this while announcing a 45 percent plunge in Nissan's global operating profit for the fiscal year ended March 31.

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