Not just on Nissan's EV program. It WILL (not just can) have repercussions on the entire Nissan-Renault-Mitsubishi group. Just how severe remains to be seen.paulgipe wrote:Agreed. This could have repercussions on Nissan's EV program.
Separately, the Asahi newspaper -- which was the first outlet to break the news of Ghosn’s arrest -- revealed footage of a private jet with the identification number N155AN being boarded by prosecutors shortly after landing at Tokyo’s Haneda airport on Monday evening.
Ghosn is not seen in the video, which show the jet’s blinds being lowered after suited men board the plane. The car titan -- who is seen by many as the glue holding the alliance between Nissan, Renault SA and Mitsubishi Motors Corp. together -- can be held in custody for up to 23 days without being charged under Japanese law.
Carlos Ghosn Was a Superhero in Japan Before His Fallcwerdna wrote: I'd read the piece that https://www.titantalk.com/forums/nissan ... rstar.html posted a copy of when it originally was up on detnews.com in 2005.
He started losing power a couple of years ago. Perhaps that is when the stealing started.cwerdna wrote: I didn't know that the hero worship supposedly faded in 2016, as the above piece mentions.