The tandem that is the composer of Thierry Bolloré, deputy Carlos Ghosn and the name Delfine, and Jean-Dominique Senard, Michelin's boss, is included to take Renault on Thursday (January 24), and the Ghosn someday to finish it in 2005.
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|Information on Carlos Ghosn is being broadcast on Japanese television on a public screen on January 22. Photo: AFP / VNA / CVN|
A guide from a motorist is Thursday, January 24, from 10:00 am (9:00 am) to the & # 39; a manufacturer in Boulogne-Billancourt, in Paris area. Renault confirmed the holding of this meeting, but did not want to comment on the success of its boss, which was established in Japan on November 19, where he was trusted for trust and treaty.
A source that is trusted with the case though, is that Ghosn's director of directors in two functions: a director director at the side and the chairman of & # 39; a guideline to & # 39; s other. According to this source, Mr. Bolloré, who has been deputy member of Carlos Ghosn's last year and has appointed Delphin, has to be appointed director as of late November.
This 55-year-old Breton, hard-hitting and generally known to the general public, is a connoisseur of Asia and Japan. He will provide continuity in the group that he updated in 2012, from equipment manufacturer Faurecia.
Jean-Dominique Senard, 66 in March, who would have ruled Michelin in May, would become president of Renault's council. This man with the image of social boss has the advantage of "French government," while the state is Renault's largest shareholder with 15% of & # 39; a capital and almost 22% of voting rights.
"In our opinion, Jean-Dominique Senard would make an excellent president of Renault"Minister of Economics Bruno Le Maire said about BFMTV, the minister also has the roles of" "the tandem that leads the product.The role of the following president is to reinforce the Alliance, in order to reinforce this industrialized rig that today is the largest car manufacturer of & # 39; is a world. That is the primary responsibility of a following president"said the minister, without talking whether Mr Senard could also lead the Alliance.
"And then Renault's operational functioning is the role of the General Manager"For his part, Carlos Ghosn was illuminated on Tuesday, his performance at & # 39; the story is now March 10, and may be extended several times. He has probably been kept retired until his trial.
Renault "received no letter from Carlos Ghosn's resignation"From his position as CEO, the mayor said.
|Thierry Bolloré (left), Bruno Le Maire (middle) and Carlos Ghosn in Maubeuge, November 8, 2018. Photo: AFP / VNA / CVN|
The Gosn affair, published by an internal research by Nissan, where Renault has 43% of its capital, has tensions in & # 39; open a French-Japanese alliance, which also has the manufacturer Mitsubishi Motors, of which Nissan 34%. Earned in Japan until his arrest, Carlos Ghosn, editor of Nissan in the early 2000s, was the most important of Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi, he brought to & # 39; The foreground of global motorists, with 10.6 million cars sold in 2017.
Renault & # 39; s new management will have the delicate task of reaching stories and restoring this cross alliance to every partner. But no question at the moment to influence its structure based on cross-shareholdings and under the leadership of a company in the Netherlands, RNBV, whose chair is aimed at a Renault director.
Japanese leaders were the threshold for a redirection of power in the Alliance. In & # 39; the past weeks, Nissan officials & # 39; learn about the actions of her former boss.
After 14 years as head of a group, Carlos Ghosn deserves a good financial health company, he will raise full global sales by more than 50% to nearly 4 million cars (except Nissan and Mitsubishi ), in developing especially the low cost with the Dacia and Lada.
The Renault action reduced 0.3% to 56.78 euros, on a market at 0.42% Thursday, January 24 at Parisian Stock Exchange.
AFP / VNA / CVN