• The Associated Press


Nissan Motor Co. said Thursday it sold more cars worldwide in the third fiscal quarter than it did in the corresponding period the previous year, adding that it will probably meet its earnings targets for the entire year.

Tokyo-based Nissan sold 719,696 vehicles in the October-December period, up from 644,816 a year earlier.

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