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Former boss Ghosn says Nissan's lack of vision is hurting Renault

TOKYO (Reuters) - Former Nissan Motor chairman Carlos Ghosn, who was ousted from the company following his arrest in Japan, said on Thursday that its alliance partner Renault SA is struggling because of the Japanese automaker’s lack of vision. “I’m not very optimistic about the future of Nissan,” Ghosn...
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