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FY2005 Financial Results And NISSAN Value-Up, April 25, 2006

Date
April 25, 2006
Venue
Nissan Head Quarters, Tokyo


Nissan announced its sixth consecutive year record of consolidated net income of 518.1 billion yen up 1.1% for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2006.
Net revenues totaled 9.428 trillion yen up 9.9%. Operating profit amounted to 871.8 billion yen up 1.2%, operating profit margin coming to 9.2%. Ordinary profit amounted to 845.9 billion yen, down 1.1%.

In fiscal year 2006, Nissan will release a total of nine all-new models, including the all-new Altima, Sentra and Infiniti G35 sedans in the U.S.
Based on foreign exchange rates of 110 yen/dollar and 135 yen/euro, Nissan filed its forecast for fiscal year 2006 - ending March 31, 2007; consolidated net revenues of 10.075 trillion yen; operating profit of 880 billion yen; ordinary profit of 870 billion yen; and net profit of 523 billion yen.

Consolidated financial results statement (Tanshin)

Non-consolidated financial results statement (Tanshin)

Financial results summary sheet (Consolidate)

Financial results summary sheet (Non-Consolidate)

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FY05 Financial Results And NISSAN Value-Up

FY2005 3rd Quarter Financial Results, Feb 2nd, 2005

Date
February 2, 2006
Venue
Nissan Head Quarters, Tokyo

In the third quarter, consolidated net income after tax rose 0.6%, compared with the same period a year ago, to 135.0 billion yen (US $1.20 billion, euro 0.99 billion). Global sales totaled 819,240 vehicles in the October-to-December 2005 period, up 0.4%. Net revenue rose 10.0% to 2.301 trillion yen (US $20.53 billion, euro 16.91 billion). Operating profit totaled 219.6 billion yen (US $1.96 billion, euro 1.61 billion), up 5.2%, while its operating profit margin came to 9.5%.
In the April-to-December 2005 period, net income after tax totaled 365.7 billion yen (US $3.26 billion, euro 2.69 billion), down 2.0% compared with the previous year, due to one-time charges in the first quarter. Global sales amounted to 2,653,648 vehicles in the first nine months of fiscal year 2005, up 10.0% compared with last year. Sales were higher in all major markets, especially in the US, Europe and China. Net revenue rose 11.4% to 6.792 trillion yen (US $60.59 billion, euro 49.91 billion). Operating profit from April to December totaled 631.2 billion yen (US $5.63 billion, euro 4.64 billion), up 3.1%, while its operating profit margin came to 9.3%.
Nissan is maintaining its forecast for the full fiscal year.

Financial Documents
 

Brief Announcement of consolidated Financial Statement

Consolidated Financial Information

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FY2005 First Half Financial Results, Oct 28th, 2005

Date
October 28, 2005
Venue
Nissan Head Quarters, Tokyo


Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., today announced financial results for the first half of the fiscal year ending March 31, 2006.
Net revenues amounted to 4.491 trillion yen (US $41.01 billion, euro 32.95 billion) in the April-to-September period, up 12.1% compared with a year ago. Operating profit totaled 411.5 billion yen (US $3.76 billion, euro 3.02 billion), up 2.0%, while Nissan's operating profit margin came to 9.2%. Ordinary profit amounted to 395.6 billion yen (US $3.61 billion, euro 2.90 billion), down 1.4%. In the six months through September, net income after tax totaled 230.7 billion yen (US $2.11 billion, euro 1.69 billion), down 3.4% compared with the same period last year due to one-time charges in the first quarter. The charges related to a change in Japanese accounting standards for the treatment of fixed assets and the introduction of Nissan's defined contribution pension plan.
The initial financial forecasts for fiscal year 2005 remain unchanged.

Brief Announcement of consolidated Financial Statement

Consolidated Financial Information

Non-Consolidated Financial Information

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FY2005 First Half Financial Results

FY2005 1st Quarter Financial Results, July 26th, 2005

Date
July 26, 2005
Venue
Nissan Head Quarters, Tokyo

Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., today announced results for the first quarter of the fiscal year ending March 31, 2006. Consolidated net income after tax totaled 105.7 billion yen (US $0.98 billion, euro 0.77 billion) in the April-to-June quarter, down 14.2% compared with the same period last year. The drop was due to one-time charges related to a change in Japanese accounting standards for the treatment of fixed assets and the introduction of a Nissan defined contribution pension plan.
Net revenues amounted to 2.145 trillion yen (US $19.92 billion, euro 15.66 billion) in the April-to-June period, up 12.6% compared with a year ago. Operating profit totaled 206.3 billion yen (US $1.92 billion, euro 1.51 billion), up 10.7%, while Nissan's operating profit margin came to 9.6%. Ordinary profit amounted to 210.8 billion yen (US $1.96 billion, euro 1.54 billion), up 17.4%.
Nissan maintains its full fiscal year forecast for FY2005; net income of 517 billion yen, net revenues of 9 trillion yen, operating profit of 870 billion yen and ordinary profit of 860 billion yen, based on exchange rates of 105 yen/dollar and 130 yen/euro.

Financial Results of Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.

Consolidated Financial Results    

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