Nissan may withdraw from alliance with Renault


thirteen Jan 2020

Carlos Ghosn, who very successfully escaped from Tokyo prison, is to blame for the breakdown

According to the Financial Times, the leadership of the Japanese concern Nissan is developing a secret plan for withdrawing from the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance. The reason for the gap is the negative impact on the partnership of the situation with the ex-head of Nissan Carlos Ghosn. According to the publication, Nissan plans to complete cooperation with the French in the manufacturing and engineering sectors, as well as change the composition of the leadership.

Curiously, Renault hopes for the best. The president of the French concern, Jean-Dominic Senard, hopes to maintain partnership between the companies. In addition, Nissan’s new vice president, Makoto Utidu, is allegedly still working closely with Senar to launch new projects.

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