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Torquing tough

23 November 2018 By Liam Proud

After ousting Chairman Carlos Ghosn, the Japanese carmaker wants more say in an unequal alliance. Given the partnership’s lopsided governance, Nissan’s best bet would be to snap up shares in Renault, neutralising its controlling stake. Ghosn’s exit makes a hostile raid easier.

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