Apr 3, 2019
Ghosn: Renault piles pressure on former chief executive
AFP Renault's board has accused former chief executive Carlos Ghosn of "Questionable and concealed practices". Mr Ghosn ran the Renault-Nissan alliance until he was arrested in Tokyo and held in jail last year on claims of financial misconduct. Renault had initially questioned Nissan's allegations - which Mr Ghosn strongly rejects - but carried out its own internal inquiry. On Wednesday, Mr Ghosn, whose revival of both Renault and Nissan earned him a huge reputation in the motor industry, took to Twitter with an announcement that he planned to hold a news conference next week. Although Mr Ghosn is under strict bail terms - including a ban on using the internet - his lawyer, Junichiro Hironaka, told reporters the tweet did not violate those terms.
Make a complaint about Nissan or Renault by viewing their customer service contacts.