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Ghosn cedes Nissan CEO role after a 16-year stint

Called 'Le Cost Killer' from his career at Renault, he will focus on tie-up with the French carmaker and Mitsubishi
Friday, February 24, 2017 - 05:50

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Brazilian-born, of Lebanese descent and a French citizen, Mr Ghosn began his career at Michelin in France, moving on to Renault, where he oversaw a turnaround of the carmaker. He joined Nissan in 1999 after Renault bought a controlling stake and became its CEO in 2001.

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NISSAN Motor Co said Carlos Ghosn will step aside as chief executive officer after leading the firm for 16 years, allowing him to concentrate on deploying his cost-cutting expertise across its alliance with Renault SA and newly added Mitsubishi Motors Corp.

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