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Nissan has reported better-than-expected profits, helped by the weakening yen and by a recovery in sales in China.



Japan's second-biggest carmaker said profit rose 57% to 84.3bn yen ($825m; £503m) for the last months of 2013, beating analysts' estimates.

It also sold a record 5.1 million vehicles globally last year.

The positive results come three months after the company cut its full-year profit outlook by about 20%.


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Weak Yen Helps Nissan Post Better Than Expected Profits

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