TOKYO | Nissan profit hit by strong yen, higher materials, R&D costs

TOKYO — Nissan Motor Co.’s profit fell 32 percent in the last quarter from a year earlier as a strong yen, rising raw materials costs and research expenses bit into earnings, the Japanese automaker reported Monday. Nissan’s January-March profit was …
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