Asif Farooqui comments

Posted in: Turkey charges pilots, 3 others, over Ghosn's escape from Japan See in context

Not forgetting his pursuing of wanting to get Fiat on board of the conglomerate!

Was he for real? What possible advantage would that useless company bring to the table?

So glad that fell through.

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Posted in: Turkey charges pilots, 3 others, over Ghosn's escape from Japan See in context

Oh yeah Turkey pressurised by Japan, just to save face.

What nonsense.

I will however say the whole episode has made Nissan look terrible whether Ghosn is guilty or not.

Even if he is innocent of the crimes he's accused of, one things for sure, and that is, he may have been the one that saved Nissan from bankruptcy, but that transpired later on to his obsession of making Nissan the biggest car company on the planet, through mergers, tie ups, relentless pushing of sales at the expense of cheapening the brand.

I think he became a madman that list control. As a fan I'm glad he's gone. Thank you Carlos for saving Nissan but you undid your own good work. It was time you left.

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Posted in: Ghosn family seeks U.N. help against 'judicial persecution' in Japan See in context

I love Nissan.

Since I was 8. I'm 46 now.

But this episode is something that one cannot condone. The treatment of Carlos Ghosn in this whole affair has been unacceptable. Not to mention highly embarrassing and of corporate failure, regardless of who wins and who doesn't.

If Carlos Ghosn is found not guilty then Nissan is going to be in very bad position on all fronts.

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Posted in: Questions loom for Nissan in post-Ghosn era See in context

Who knows who is telling the truth.

Whatever the truth actually is, I doubt it will be the end of Nissan.

To speak of the company hurtling towards 1999 is premature. Corporate incompetence, yes. But corporate suicide? Nah.

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