Sunday , September 26 2021

Nissan Crises & # 39; Charges Loom & # 39; As deep as Ghosn



Ghosn was a Japanese corporation and even a dear Japanese, but inspired a comic manga. Since 1999, the car has linked auto bindings.

FILE: Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., president, president and CEO, Carlos Ghosn. Image: AFP

TOKYO: When the Nissan crunch was deepened on Wednesday, Japan's car giant could face no surprise at the surprise of President Carlos Ghosn's arrest.

On Monday, he was arrested for repositioning the auto-tycoon on the Nissan-Renault-Mitsubishi Motors alliance, sent by shockwaves through the car sector and the Japanese corporation.

The Asahi Shimbun Every Wednesday, Tokio prosecutors believe that Nissan has received a case under the Ghosn package under a three-year five-year yen ($ 44.5 million) three-year period. Nissan and the authorities commented on the report.

The Nissan Commission decides on Thursday as the 64-year-old tycoon president to bring a stunning revival of wealth to the Brazilian birthplace, which has been created for three car sales with the alliance between three cars.

Ghosn's destiny, when Hiroto Saikaak's CEO was named, after Hiroto Saikaak's replacement for the CEO, said he was marvelously surprised that he was "overwhelmed by" and said he was "a sad side of Ghos".

He later refused to offer a deep bow of apology for Japanese corporate scandal, and Ghosn resumed the company's fortunes.

However, in France, Renault said the chief executive was dropped by the executive, but he was appointed Chief Executive Officer Thierry Bollore as "the same powers" as "Temporary Disability" in Ghos.

After an emergency quarrel, Renault called on Ghosn to demonstrate "proven evidence" to his maiden's daughter Nissan, a long-term internal investigation, and was unable to make any information.

Paris and Tokyo are struggling to face the falls of the arrests, with the help of the two ministers of finance from both countries, thanks to the strong support of "one of the biggest symbols of the Franco-Japanese industrial co-operation".

Scandal – Japan Inc.'s latest chain – millions of companies eliminated the stock value of all three companies, but Nissan lowered its margin by opening Tokyo's trade, scaling more than half a percentage point in the market.

FLAMBOYANT GLORY-HOGGING WAYS & # 39;

Ghosn was a Japanese corporation and even a dear Japanese, but inspired a comic manga. Since 1999, the car has linked auto bindings.

"Ghosn probably is the most successful Japanese foreign president," said Kosuke Sato, chief economist at the Japanese Research Institute.

"What made it unprecedented in Japanese corporate history".

He was a well-known workaholic and earned the nickname "Le Cost Cutter" in France around his corporate restructuring around his bar and smoking.

The confidence of girls and Renault was great.

Renault owns 43% of Nissan, while the Japanese company has a 15% stake in Renault.

The Nissan Alliance has become the key, but last year it posted sales of 12 trillion yen (106 million last year) in 59 million euros for Renault ($ 67 million).

According to this Financial TimesGhosn was working on the merging of two of Nissan's cars, because the Japanese company was afraid of a second role.

Jeff Kingston, director of Asian Studies at Temple University Japan, said AFP in Ghos was "the victim of his pride and success."

"He stepped on Japan's cultural policies with his amazing glamorous ways, and embodied and invigorated his massive compensation," said AFP.

& # 39; Greedy & # 39;

The local media said the Nissan director's rector Greg Kelly was arrested with Ghosn for "hiding the salaries" of other executives.

As a result of other executives, some compensation went to Ghosn, but it's not clear how he worked.

NHK public public announced that Nissan paid "large amounts of money" to luxury homes in Ghosn Rio de Janeiro, Beirut, Paris and Amsterdam in "no legitimate business reasons."

Although his popularity was so bright, he attracted criticisms of traditional Japanese corporate career and his salary, totaling 13 million euros last year.

The Media Reporter also mentioned Marie Antoinette's thematic topic in 2016, at Ghosn's second marriage, at the grand palace of Versailles.

The Yomiuri Shimbun On Tuesday mentioned Nissan executives Ghosn slamming as "Greedy".

"It says good things, but ultimately it's money," said a senior employee of everyday life.

His arrest also casts alarms among Renault's French workers.

"What worries us is the alliance with Nissan," said Ghislaine, a production line worker at Flins Factory outside of Paris, where Nissan's Micra hatchback acquires a half-yield.

"Our future is not a risk."


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