Nissan Motor Co. expects the impact of the credit crunch to last until 2010, as tighter lending drives down vehicle sales in the U.S., Nissan Chief Executive Officer Carlos Ghosn said Tuesday.
Annual sales in the U.S. will be around 12.5 million vehicles through March, he told a conference in Tokyo.
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