Japan’s Nissan has lower its full-year revenue forecast in its first outcomes since former chairman Carlos Ghosn’s arrest for monetary misconduct.
The carmaker lowered its working revenue estimate to 450bn yen ($four.1bn; £three.2bn) from 540bn yen beforehand.
It comes because the Nissan-Renault alliance is being examined by the scandal surrounding Mr Ghosn.
The 64-year-old has been in jail since November after Nissan accused him of understating his pay.
The lower to the full-year outlook got here regardless of an increase in working revenue to 103.3bn yen for the three months to December, up from 82.4bn yen a 12 months earlier.
However the Japanese carmaker revised its full-year forecasts “given the efficiency within the first 9 months of the 12 months”.
Over that interval, it mentioned international gross sales fell 2.1% “with progress in Japan, China and different markets offset by decreases in North America and Europe”.
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The outcomes are the primary to be revealed for the reason that arrest of its former chairman.
Mr Ghosn, the architect of the Renault-Nissan alliance, has been charged with financial misconduct and breach of trust.
He was sacked by Nissan after his arrest final 12 months and resigned from Renault.
Renault and Nissan have pledged to continue their alliance. The brand new boss of Renault Jean-Dominique Senard will meet Nissan’s boss Hiroto Saikawa in Japan this week.
The BBC’s Tokyo correspondent Rupert Wingfield-Hayes mentioned all indications are that the Mr Senard and Mr Saikawa have very totally different views of what route their post-Ghosn alliance ought to take.