THE QUESTION. The former boss of Renault and Nissan, questioned by Japanese justice and imprisoned in November 2018 then placed under house arrest, escaped to Lebanon. In an interview published by The Parisian this Monday July 20, he looks back on his record when he was at the head of the two companies and the Alliance concluded with Nissan and Mitsubishi. “Personally, I find the results of Nissan and Renault dismal», He states in particular. Is he the one who plunged the Alliance into the red with a strategy favoring the race for volumes to the detriment of margins? Or the one who could have built the first automobile power?
CHECKS. The results of the members of the Alliance piloted by Carlos Ghosn are indeed