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19 November 2018 By Liam Proud

Both carmakers’ shares tanked after Nissan said its chairman had understated his income and might leave. With Carlos Ghosn also Renault CEO, the two groups are reliant on one big hitter to solve their lopsided partnership. That’s a big problem if he’s no longer there.

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