By Louise Knowles and Ran Kim PARIS/TOKYO, April 29 (Reuters) - Almost 10,000 miles will separate Carlos Ghosn's two offices when he officially adds the top job at France's car maker Renault to his existing role as head of Japan's Nissan on Friday. The 51-year-old, whose style of doing business has already earned him the nicknames "cost-killer" and "ice-breaker", is already a celebrity in Japan, where his life story has been immortalised in a manga comic book. Now the turnaround king, ...
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