TOKYO — Minoru Nakamura, 57, president and chief executive officer of Nissan North America Inc. won't be straying too far after retiring from Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. He will become president of Nissan Car Leasing Co. in Japan. He will be replaced as president of the U.S. arm by Nobuo Araki, 55, current president of Nissan Mexicana SA de C.V. Nissan says the move is part of ongoing changes under the new Nissan/Renault SA alliance. The French automaker in March paid US$5.4 billion for a 36.8% ...
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