Nissan Motor recently announced its financial report for the first half of fiscal year 2021. Data show that Nissan Motor achieved consolidated net income of 3.95 trillion yen in the first half of the year, a year-on-year increase of 27.6%; net income was 168.6 billion yen, and a loss of 330 billion yen in the same period last year.

Among them, Nissan's operating profit in the second quarter of this year was 63 billion yen, which was better than expected. However, Nissan also made a forecast for the full year's performance this year.

It is estimated that the company's 2021 fiscal year's full-year net income will be 8.8 trillion yen, and operating profit will be 180 billion yen, compared with the previous estimate of 150 billion yen; net income is 180 billion yen. The yen increased by 120 billion yen compared to previous expectations.

The reason why Nissan is so confident is that the shortage of automotive chips has been alleviated. Recently, it has been reported that Nissan notified its suppliers that it plans to increase production by nearly 300,000 units in the second half of the year compared to the first half.

At present, many Nissan models are selling hot in China, the most typical example is Sylphy. Relying on hot-selling models such as Sylphy, Nissan's sales are still considerable.

According to relevant data, the cumulative sales of Nissan Motor's two major business segments in China, including passenger cars and light commercial vehicles, were 1019742 units from January to September, a year-on-year increase of 3.5%.

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