Input 2018.11.20 17:26
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Nissan management, reputation as a ruthless burial director
The myth of Carlos Gosn Reno – Nissan – the Mitsubishi Allianz, called "Changsin" and "Sanjin", ended with ruthless restructuring. Tokyo's District Attorney General in the Tokyo District Attorney's Office said he is investigating former President Gong. She fell in regret for greed, in the prime minister's management demanded by world carmakers.
The reason for the fall of President Gong, who shed tears from the eyes of others on restructuring, is not embezzlement. He doubts that he violates the Law on Financial Instruments Transactions by making a false statement on his securities report.
Mr Gon received a total of 9,998 million yen from the third quarter of 2011 to the third quarter of 2015, and the securities report included only RMB 4,987 million less than RMB 5 billion. In short, it is said that there is embezzlement over 5 billion yen (about 50 billion won) of sour milk for a long time.
◇ restructuring, reputation, offense killer
Born under a Lebanese parent in Brazil, Gon graduated from the French Ecole Polytechnique (France) and started working on tire manufacturer Michelin.
At the age of 31, he became president of the Brazilian Michelin.
Gon was born in 1996 as vice president of operations and production of Renault engines. Mr. Gon led the structural reform of Renault and earned the nickname "Cost of Expenses". The drastic restructuring, which has reduced 1,400 branches to four, is still in the business community.
He immediately reduced 21,000 jobs, or 14 percent of the total Nissan cars, and shut down five factories. For another four years, more than half of Tokyo University executives have changed more than 60%. Since then, Nissan has turned into a surplus for a year after its debts reached 2.1 trillion yen (about 21 trillion victories), becoming the hero of the Japanese industry. In Japan, he is considered a popular executive with a comic strip titled "The Legal Story of Carlos Goson".
Since 2005, he has been General Manager of Renault and Nissan. In 2016, he led the Mitsubishi Alliance, Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance, with a major automotive business alliance. The alliance also ranked second in the world with 10.6 million cars sold last year.
◇ Renault – Nissan – Mitsubishi Alliance Possible to shake
Except for embezzlement, President Gong is also being investigated for his unauthorized use of corporate assets for personal use. Nissan Motor will hold a board meeting on 22 March and be dismissed as president.
The problem is after Gong's dismissal. The possibility that will emerge from the Alliance of Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi after its release is also noticed. The Alliance has 43.4 percent of Renault's shares in Nissan and 15 percent of Renault's shares in Nissan. Nissan also owns 34% stake in Mitsubishi.
Given that the Renault-Nissan-Union Union Alliance association is tied to President Lee's strong charisma, his absence is likely to spread through an initiative by companies. Gong plays a central role in strengthening synergies by linking businesses while maintaining the independent management rights of these three companies. She has been leading since the beginning of the alliance.
The French government, which owns 15 percent of shares in Renault, also reacts sensitively to the arrest of Gon. "As a shareholder, the French government will pay full attention to the stability of the Renault Alliance and will fully support its employees," President Emanuel Marc Long said. President Mark Long urged Renault and Nissan to merge to protect France's interests from President Gordon Brown when he became economics and industry minister.
◇ The opposition of the merger
Some analysts say the incident was planned by opposition forces.
Nihon Keizai Shimbun announced the day when "people connected with Nissan used the Flebagening system". Nissan is investigating allegations inside the company. Greg Kelly, executive director of Nissan, was also arrested on suspicion of violating the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act.
Gon had a plan to merge Renault and Nissan in favor of the French government this year. However, the chairman of Nissan Saikawa said it was negative for the plan. Hiroto Nissan, chairman of Nissan, told a news conference: "This happened because it was too much of an authority after it was opened."