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21 Nov 2018
Michelle Krebs, an executive analyst at researcher Autotrade, talks about the effect of Carlos Ghosn's arrest on corporate Japan and where Renault, Nissan and Mitsubishi alliance is headed.
21 Nov 2018
Janet Lewis, Asia industrials and transportation research head at Macquarie Group, discusses the arrest of Carlos Ghosn and what it means for Nissan and for markets.
19 Nov 2018
Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn has been reportedly arrested on suspicion of financial misconduct.
6 Feb 2018
Nissan intends to spend 1 trillion yen ($9 billion) over five years in China as it vies to become the largest global electrified vehicle maker in the country.
5 Feb 2018
Nissan Senior Vice President and China Head Jun Seki discusses the car maker's China strategy.
1 Feb 2018
Nissan's self-parking slippers could be the ultimate in luxury.....or laziness. The Japanese auto firm is showing off the fancy footwear at its corporate HQ in Yokohama.
20 Oct 2017
Nissan will shut down production at six plants that produce cars for the Japanese market as they investigate how uncertified workers came to approve vehicle quality.

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