After the Alliance with Renault in 1999, Nissan implemented five mid-term plans.
The first three mid-term plans were the following:
"Nissan Revival Plan" from FY00 to FY01 aimed to "Revive our company"
"Nissan 180" from FY02 to FY04 targeted for "Complete revival on track for profitable growth"
"Nissan Value-Up" from FY05 to FY07 focused on "Value up with sustained performance"
Nissan released its fourth mid-tem plan, a five-year business plan called "NISSAN GT 2012," which covered the period from April 1, 2008, to March 31, 2013. With "G" for growth and "T" for trust, this plan focused on the company's long-term performance combined with its responsibilities to stakeholders as a significant global business.
In February 2009, the company suspended "NISSAN GT 2012", due to the triple threat from the global financial crisis, severe economic recession and volatility in foreign exchange rates. In order to counter the volatile environment, Nissan implemented its corporate recovery plan, which focused on the necessary actions, including solid cost control, for the prompt recovery of results.
In June of 2011, Nissan announced its fifth and current mid-term plan, "Nissan power 88."