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Nissan reduz previsão de lucro

by AFP 0:57 mins

Nissan reduz previsão de lucro

by AFP 0:57 mins

A montadora japonesa Nissan reduziu a previsão de lucro anual em 20%. O motivo é a queda das vendas na China em meio a um conflito territorial entre Tóquio e Pequim, à valorização do iene e às frágeis perspectivas econômicas na Europa. A empresa espera um lucro líquido de 320 bilhões de ienes no ano fiscal que vai de abril de 2012 a março de 2013, contra 400 bilhões da previsão inicial. O valor representa 3,99 bilhões de dólares.As recentes tensões entre os governos chinês e japonês por causa das ilhas Sankaku ou Diaoyu, no Mar da China Oriental, também prejudicaram as vendas da Toyota no maior mercado mundial. Segundo a imprensa, elas caíram à metade em setembro na comparação com o mês anterior.--IMAGENS DE ARQUIVOTOKYO, NOV 30, 2011, SOURCE: AFPTV- Start of the Nissan press conference- Nissan Chief Executive Carlos Ghosn arrives- Carlos Ghosn talking to journalists- Various shots of different models of the Nissan LeafUNKNOWN LOCATION, UNKNOWN DATE, SOURCE: NISSAN HANDOUT - NO RESALE FOR NON-EDITORIAL PURPOSES+NO AUDIO. PROMOTIONAL FOOTAGE INTENTIONALLY IN FAST MOTION+- Various of Nissan cars being assembled in a factory- A Nissan Leaf being driven through water on a roadSENKAKU/DIAOYU ISLANDS, EAST CHINA SEA, AUG 19, 2012, SOURCE: AFPTV- Wide of the island Uotsurijima, part of the disputed island chain ("Senkaku islands" in Japan, "Diaoyu islands" in China)- Japanese flag- Boats near island- VAR of Japanese people on the island with flagsSENKAKU/DIAOYU ISLANDS, EAST CHINA SEA, AUG 15, 2012, SOURCE: JAPAN COAST GUARD - NO RESALE FOR NON-EDITORIAL PURPOSES- VAR of Japan Coast Guard vessels chasing Hong Kong boat- VAR of Japan Coast Guard vessel shooting jets of water towards Hong Kong boat- Chinese people with flag on the island's shoreline SHENZHEN, CHINA, SEPT 18, 2012, SOURCE: AFPTV-Various of protestors holding banners and shouting anti-Japanese slogans-Various wide shots of protestors gathered in Shenzhen-Man holding up 'fuck Japan' sign +WARNING: STRONG LANGUAGE+-Man holding up Chairman Mao poster-Police officers and army standing firm along main street

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