Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. makes several key changes to its top management to speed up implementation of its 3-year Nissan 180 profitability plan. Effective April 1, Yoshikazu Hanawa will retire as chairman of the board. He will become an advisor and honorary chairman. President and CEO Carlos Ghosn and Itaru Koeda will be proposed as co-chairmen and representative directors after the board’s annual meeting on June 19. Nissan Chief Financial Officer Thierry Moulonguet will leave the company ...
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