The market catastrophe made by the president of Nissan Motors and the CEO of Renault Carlos Ghosn continues to grow. On Tuesday, the French Finance Minister announced publicly on the interim guidance to take Renault from Ghosn.
On Tuesday, in a radio interview, French Finance Minister, Bruno Le Maire, said that Carlos Ghosn could not now be Renault's leadership.
Le Maire asked Renault's board to meet the hours to establish a temporary management structure to deal with Ghosn's arrest. However, he also emphasized that the Board did not officially surrender because "there was no evidence of appropriate misconduct".
The French government has a 15% share in Renault, and Renault has a 43.4% stake in Nissan.
Ghosn is one of the most powerful figures in the car industry. He chairs Nissan, Renault and Mitsubishi. These three companies are part of the three-party partnership created by Ghosn.
The board of Renault leaders will meet on Tuesday afternoon to decide whether they should retrieve Gosn. Before the meeting, Renault's chief executive said "full support" to Ghosn. According to an external survey, Nissan chairman is expected to be abducted by the Nissan Thursday board.
Reynolds Chief Executive, Thierry Bollore, stated in a memorandum issued to Monday evening staff that "relationship with Nissan and Mitsubishi" was to protect and nurture business finance. "
Bollore is an Advocate Advocate and one of the candidates that may be over Renault. Earlier this year, Bollore took over most of the Renault's operating duties.
Ghosn had been leaving her & her; Most of the everyday work of Nissan, Renault and Mitsubishi.
The price of the Nissan department fell by 5.5% on Tuesday, which slowed down the entire market of Japan. Mitsubishi Motors fell 6.9%, while Renault dropped 2.7% in European stock.
According to the Tokyo Central Office, on March 2015, Mr Ghosn received nearly 10 billion yen ($ 88.7 million) in the previous five years, but only half of the number was published. If convicted, he may face up to 10 years imprisonment and a fine of up to 10 million yen.
Japanese media said an unnamed Tuesday said Mr Ghosn had used a range of houses with a company in Brazil, Holland and elsewhere, in places with little connection to Nissan.
According to a market survey, many of the examiners did not experience Successful play in a & # 39; turning Nissan in the early 21st century.
However, its records have been subject to more detailed scrutiny in recent years, as the balance of power between Nissan and Renault has gone back, and the company's profits have declined in the market largest, the USA. The company has also been investigated on vehicle checks and fuel economic data calculations.