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Nissan Motor Co Ltd (7201.T)

7201.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

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About

Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. is engaged in manufacturing, sales and related business of automotive products and marine equipment. The Company's segments include Automobile and Sales Financing. The Automobile business includes manufacturing and sales of vehicles and parts. The Sales financing business provides sales finance service and... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.09
Market Cap(Mil.): ¥4,606,911.00
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 4,220.71
Dividend: 26.50
Yield (%): 4.40

Financials

  Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): -- 16.23 16.44
EPS (TTM): -- -- --
ROI: -- 10.91 10.62
ROE: -- 12.96 14.20

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Nissan cites staff shortage for improper tests, plans more inspectors

YOKOHAMA Nissan Motor Co Ltd on Friday blamed a lack of trained staff for improper final inspections at its car plants in Japan for over 20 years, and said it would increase the number of inspectors as part of a plan to improve compliance. | Video

17 Nov 2017

Nissan blames staff shortage for improper tests, plans more inspectors

YOKOHAMA Nissan Motor Co Ltd on Friday blamed a staff shortage for improper final inspections at its car plants in Japan for over 20 years, and said it would increase the number of trained staff as part of a plan to improve compliance. | Video

17 Nov 2017

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17 Nov 2017

BRIEF-Nissan CEO: CEO, other execs to return part of compensation for vehicle inspection scandal

Nov 17 Nissan Motor Co Ltd Chief Executive Officer Hiroto Saikawa said:

17 Nov 2017

Nissan blames staff shortage for improper tests, plans more inspectors

YOKOHAMA Nissan Motor Co said on Friday that an investigation into improper inspections found that its car plants in Japan had a shortage of inspectors, and outlined planned improvements including increasing the number of trained staff.

17 Nov 2017

Nissan blames staff shortage for improper tests, plans more inspectors

YOKOHAMA, Nov 17 Nissan Motor Co said on Friday that an investigation into improper inspections found that its car plants in Japan had a shortage of inspectors, and outlined planned improvements including increasing the number of trained staff.

17 Nov 2017

Nissan to brief on improper inspection issue at 0730 GMT

TOKYO, Nov 17 Nissan Motor Co Ltd said it would hold a news conference on Friday to provide an update on the investigation into improper final inspection procedures - an issue that has led to the recall of 1.2 million vehicles in Japan.

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