The French government, the largest owner of Renault, immediately demanded a replacement for Carlos Gosn, and now the board apparently went to the government to meet. Turi Bolore, Operations Manager at Renault, is a duck of Gon and immediately assumes his duties, explains the sources. At the same time, Philip Lagayet has been appointed interim chair.
The board, on the other hand, does not refrain from hitting Ghosn in the wake of more information about his arrest.
Gosn was arrested on one The airport in Japan on Monday. Then the police approached in Nissan, where he was chairman of the board, presented an internal investigation according to which he scattered the money of the company and at the same time hiding how much he actually earned.
In the Japanese media, Ghosn reported about a year about half the annual fee of a total of ten billion yen (about 800 million).
Carlos Gosn is one from the superstar of the world of cars, recently as president of Mitsubishi and Nissan, and CEO of Renault.
Nissan's chief executive, Hirot Saikawa, turned to Gosn's throat.
"Too much power was given to one person," Saikawa said at a press conference, the media reported from Nissan's headquarters in Yokohama.
"I must say that this is the dark side of the era of the Gon, which lasts a lot," he adds.
Partnership between Renault and Nissan began in 1999. Then, Nissan was bankrupt. But now the Japanese company rides in the Franco-Japanese alliance, which causes giants such as Volkswagen and Toyota to the world market.
Heavy assessors now warn that an alliance between Renault and Nissan may be troublesome to stay alive without Ghosn at the top because he is one of the architects behind the setup.
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