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Ghosn steps down as Renault CEO

Carlos Ghosn who sits on suspicion of serious financial fraud in Japan, in custody, is entered as a Renault-group-in-chief. Renault is expected to decide on Thu

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Ghosn steps down as Renault CEO
Carlos Ghosn who sits on suspicion of serious financial fraud in Japan, in custody, is entered as a Renault-group-in-chief. Renault is expected to decide on Thursday on a successor. It also runs on a team of leaders from the former Chef of Michelin and the current interim chief Executive at Renault. the

for many years, Renault CEO Carlos Ghosn who sits on suspicion of serious financial fraud in Japan, in custody, has resigned from his position as CEO back. The French Finance Minister, Bruno Le Maire, confirmed on the sidelines of the world economic summit in Davos, Switzerland.

About the succession Ghosns will decide the Renault Board of Directors on Thursday. Everything is so far on a kind of double top. The former Michelin CEO Jean-Dominique Senard will bring as the new Renault Board of Directors, the chief rest in the French company. Interim chief Executive Thierry Bollore will be reported to the Chairman of the Board.

The French government had demanded the Rücktrit vehemently

From his Post at Nissan and Mitsubishi, which form part of the Renault car Alliance, was Ghosn has already been dismissed previously. The shareholders of Renault have long adhered to him. But in the meantime, it is clear that the Manager is not expected to come so soon out of prison and to return to Paris.

The detachment Ghosns in France came as no surprise. Economic and Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire had previously demanded in no uncertain terms, a successor. There should be a new stage, when Ghosn was permanently prevented. The state is the case at Renault is a more important player, he holds 15 percent of the shares.

as recently as last Friday it was reported that Ghosn should illegally have millions of dollars from a Dutch subsidiary company conceded. Ghosn had received from the Dutch community, company, Nissan, Mitsubishi B. V. (NMBV), without the required consultation with two other members of the Board, Nissan's chief Hiroto Saikawa and Mitsubishi Motors chief Osamu Masuko, around 7.8 million euros in compensation, as the two Renault-Partner announced.

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