Japan’s Nissan has cut its full-year profit forecast in its first results since former chairman Carlos Ghosn’s arrest for financial misconduct.
The carmaker lowered its operating profit estimate to 450bn yen ($4.1bn; £3.2bn) from 540bn yen previously.
It comes as the Nissan-Renault alliance is being tested by the scandal surrounding Mr Ghosn.
The 64-year-old has been in prison since November after Nissan accused him of understating his pay.
The cut to the full-year outlook came despite a rise in