Nissan cut its sales target in all of its key markets on Tuesday including Japan, China, US and Europe in its first set of results since the ousting of former chief executive Carlos Ghosn. The carmaker is tackling a myriad of problems including brand erosion, tensions with its alliance partner Renault and executive departures in the wake of Ghosn’s arrest in November. (FT)

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