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Margin of error

12 February 2019 By Liam Proud

The $33 bln Japanese carmaker cut its operating profit forecast in the first results posted since ousting Chairman Carlos Ghosn. Declining profitability underscores the importance of deeper cost-sharing with partner Renault. But alliance tensions suggest pessimism is warranted.

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