23 Jan 2020
Former Renault-Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn says Nissan will go bankrupt in two to three years
Ghosn made his prediction in 2019 in a series of conversations about his arrest and prosecution, said Nobuo Gohara, a former prosecutor who also openly criticizes the Japanese justice system.
“He told me that Nissan is likely to go bankrupt within two to three years,” said Gohara, who held a press conference in Tokyo on Wednesday to discuss his conversations with the runaway titan of the automotive industry. According to the lawyer, Ghosn did not name the detailed reasons why Nissan will have difficulties.
Recall that the precarious situation of Nissan became noticeable in 2019. The company announced its intention to lay off about 10,000 employees. In an attempt to overcome the crisis, Nissan was going to sell a subsidiary of Nissan Trading, which is engaged in the supply of spare parts and materials to the secondary market. All this happens amid falling car sales in China and Europe.
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