Nissan's Me-Too Move to Boost Profits
May 20th 2013 9:22AM
Updated May 20th 2013 9:40AM
Sales of luxury cars are growing faster than the overall market here in the U.S. -- and they're positively booming in places like China. Several automakers have already announced big investments in their luxury-car lineups, and now Nissan says it will spruce up its Infiniti brand to join them.
In this video, Fool.com contributor John Rosevear looks at the state (and importance) of the global luxury-car wars, and at whether Nissan's ambitious plans are likely to turn into big profits.
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