INSIDE NISSAN - Carlos Ghosn has perhaps the most difficult job in the global automotive industry: Fixing Nissan. The Japanese giant is beset by USD 264 million in losses, USD 13 billion in debt, and a lackluster lineup of vehicles. It would be a Herculean task for anyone, let alone the first foreigner to run one of Japan's industrial icons. How does Ghosn manage? Spend a long, hard day in the ...
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