On 21st November, the Japanese Government called on three Renault makers, Nissan and Mitsubishi to build a steady partnership, especially after the General Director The Chief Executive, who is also chairman of the chairman. joint venture, was arrested in Japan with financial fraud costs.
Speaking at a news conference, the Secretary General told her; Japanese Cabinet, Yoshihide Suga: "The most important thing is now the need to build and maintain a stable partnership between the three Renault, Nissan and Mitsubishi vendors. Indeed, the Japanese government needs to develop concrete steps to deal effectively with these concerns and avoiding a similar event. "
|Japan wants constant partnership between Renault, Nissan and Mitsubishi.|
On November 19, the Japanese authorities arrested Carlos Ghosn, the chief executive and chairman of the three-car company to prevent the administration of the floor administration. trade and financial instruments of this country.
According to the prosecutors, there is suspicion that Ghosn is reported that income in Japan is much lower than the same rate of 10 billion yen (around $ 88.65 million from 2010. If you have a claim, He had to be convicted, Judgment wanted a sentence of up to 10 years imprisonment and a fine of about 10 million yen (about $ 88,650).
|Carlos Ghosn, Chief Executive, Head of Renault, Nissan and Mitsubishi.|
Seeing Happiness (with the French nationality, Brasilia and Lebanon) is a leading player in the & # 39; Nissan helped to overcome the economic crisis of the 1990s, as well as being able to support the company. Mitsubishi was struggling with her & # 39; downturn after the figures used to use fires.
Mr Ghosn was introduced to Renault in 1996 and was helpful in helping to & # 39; company to eliminate losses to a profit that follows a policy of sharp cuts. In 1999, he accepted that the position of the Nissan Chief Executive is in the context of his company's & # 39; stand due to a breach. The Renault-Nissan Alliance was born since then. In 2016, Ghosn decided to capture 34% in Mitsubishi Motors and was the largest divisional. After its contract, it came to a & # 39; Car also officially for the Renault – Nissan Alliance.