Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. is bulking up its staff in Japan so that CEO Carlos Ghosn can pay more attention to operations in North America. “The U.S. has had a fairly good success for the past few years and the challenge there is to add momentum, which Ghosn is the best person to handle,” a Nissan spokesman in Japan is quoted as saying about the moves. To make more time for North America, Ghosn will hand off responsibility for operations in Japan and China. To that end, Executive Vice ...

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