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Nissan poised to propose Ghosn replacement on board: report

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By Eric Piermont

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All the pictures we see of Ghosn are pre-incarceration. Are they afraid to show what he looks like now?

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Without a proper closing to the Carlos case, this kind of actions is unfair. A proper company would get the case to court and based on the out-come decides the correct end to a story. Just brute power to remove a man that have help for 2 decades. This is poor running of a business. Nobody would say Nissan is a good company, especially if they are fair and nice Japanese. Nissan is a company without care for human rights and correct feelings.

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All the pictures we see of Ghosn are pre-incarceration. Are they afraid to show what he looks like now?

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Probably JT does not have a current shot of the inauspicious man.

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Though, this piece is hardly news

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It just seems to perpetuates the 'cult-of Ghosn"

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You mean the cull of Ghosn?

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This is very rude & unfair.

What Nissan & Mitsubishi will do if Mr. Ghosn is innocent?

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They gang up that innocent guy who help save their dying company for two decades... Yakuza style! Better not to buy Nissan or Mitsubishi cars...

Toyota and Honda are the best!!!

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New Renault boss Jean-Dominique Senard is expected to replace Ghosn on the board

Not only did the witch hunt fail,but someone with a very similar background replaces him, so it was all a lot of pain for no gain, which is what we all said at the beginning, it was a very badly handled coup.

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Ascissor

You mean the cull of Ghosn?

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Good point ! :-)

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But, I did mean the "cult" of ghosn, or shall I say -' ghosn mythology" that Ghosn-groupies keep fawning over.

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@semperfi--"mythology" is what you are writing on these threads saying things like Ghosn approved the UK Sunderland plant. Clearly false because he would have been in his late 20s in the early to mid 1980s, with final approval given 13 years before he became Nissan's CEO. When @Ascissor disproved your statement for you on the other thread, you promptly disappeared. Have any more fantastical "mythology" you can share to erode your credibility?

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