Ghosn to Work on Fostering New Managers at Nissan

Economy

Tokyo, Feb. 23 (Jiji Press)—Nissan Motor Co.'s charismatic leader, Carlos Ghosn, is expected to promote work on fostering new managers at the major Japanese automaker after stepping down as its president and chief executive officer on April 1.

Ghosn, 62, who will stay as Nissan chairman with the representative right, is also seen concentrating on managing the alliance of Nissan and French auto giant Renault SA, which now also includes Mitsubishi Motors Corp., a Japanese automaker struggling amid a fuel efficiency data manipulation scandal.

Carlos Ghosn, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. (© Jiji)

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