Articles about Renault Nissan Mitsubishi Alliance

His first appearance since the scandal broke
Carlos Ghosn will finally get a chance to plead his case in public. According to a report by the Wall Street Journal, the disgraced former chairman of Nissan is set for his first public hearing this week.The report says that the
Corporate Japan seems done with the embattled executive
After Carlos Ghosn's swift ouster from Nissan Motor Company last week on allegations of financial mismanagement, it was Mitsubishi Motors' turn to remove the embattled European executive from its ranks. According to a report from Reuters, the decision was made after
An investigation has been going on for months
In a surprising turn of events, Nissan announced that it plans to oust its chairman, Carlos Ghosn, because of reported financial misconduct. According to a statement, Nissan said this is the result of an investigation that has been going on for several
It can accommodate 200 personnel per day
It looks like the Philippines is already reaping the fruits of Nissan and Mitsubishi's relatively newfound synergy.Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi has officially opened a new joint staff training center in Laguna, as part of the automotive alliance's push to work
Up to $1 billion
The race is on between major carmakers seeking the next big breakthrough or discovery in automotive technology. But now the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi triumvirate has made a pretty big leap that arguably puts it ahead of the pack. The group has just
It's happening in a few years
When Nissan Motor Company acquired a majority stake in Mitsubishi Motors last year, speculation naturally began on what models would share a platform. This is a common MO in the carmaking business, as we all know, and one of the biggest advantages
Part of its ASEAN expansion
Most of you probably know that a majority of our cars are manufactured in Thailand. Now, some of our Mitsubishi vehicles could also come from Indonesia. As part of its ASEAN expansion (which includes our local plant for the Mirage), the Japanese
Ghosn will remain as chairman
Big changes are happening over at Nissan HQ. The Japanese carmaker has just announced that Carlos Ghosn will step down as the company's chief executive officer (CEO). He will be replaced the current co-CEO and representative director Hiroto Saikawa beginning
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