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    The Chairman of the Largest Automaker in the world... facepalm*


    Carlos Ghosn guilty of 'serious misconduct', Nissan says | CarAdvice

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    Honor above all.

    As one of the leading zaibatsus of Japan, Nissan will not let a gaijin bring shame to its name, even if this man saved Nissan from bankruptcy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Verbl Kint View Post
    Honor above all.

    As one of the leading zaibatsus of Japan, Nissan will not let a gaijin bring shame to its name, even if this man saved Nissan from bankruptcy.

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    he is a killer..... cost killer


    i wonder if he really got arrested. so many fake news...

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    Well Nissan has been on a decline again eversince Ghosn stepped down.

    If Nissan parts ways with Renault, that will be the beggining to their end.


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    Quote Originally Posted by benchph1 View Post
    Well Nissan has been on a decline again eversince Ghosn stepped down.

    If Nissan parts ways with Renault, that will be the beggining to their end.


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    I dont think the alliance will split up. The challenge is finding the right chairman.



    I guess this is the best article as to what really conspired... there was a whistleblower...

    https://www.autoindustriya.com/auto-...isconduct.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by benchph1 View Post
    Well Nissan has been on a decline again eversince Ghosn stepped down.

    If Nissan parts ways with Renault, that will be the beggining to their end.


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    Wasnt he fired just today? How can they be in decline already?

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    arrest is somewhat suspicious...


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    Quote Originally Posted by StockEngine View Post
    arrest is somewhat suspicious...

    News reports are really scarce. Waiting for the press conference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aNthraxx View Post
    News reports are really scarce. Waiting for the press conference.

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    bro the video above was an opinion piece. true or not it adds a little color into this awful event.

    I was hoping for a t33 xtrail announcement but i think it will be revealed closer to year 2021...

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    Quote Originally Posted by aNthraxx View Post
    Wasnt he fired just today? How can they be in decline already?

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    He stepped down as CEO of Nissan last April 1, 2017. Thats not an april fools joke.
    Carlos Ghosn - Wikipedia

    Look at their sales figures. Open the April 2018 chart. Puro pula makikita mo.
    NISSAN | For Investors | Sales, production and exports results | 218

    Im No analyst but just look at our own market, at least the asean market where the biggest sellers are sub-compact cars & PPV’s. Nissan has no contender in the sub compact car category. While the PPV? They came in too late. Nissan already knows they cannot beat Toyota & Honda on this game. So they are focusing their efforts elsewhere. I hope it works.


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