TOKYO — Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. Chief Operating Officer Carlos Ghosn speaks with a small gathering of North American journalists during last month's Tokyo Motor Show, to elucidate on the sweeping plan to revive a debt-burdened Nissan (see WAI — Nov. '99, p.1). Along the way, Ghosn uncovers a genuine sense of humor and what appears to be a realistic and pragmatic view of the automotive industry. Some of Ghosn's more intriguing ideas and statements: On Nissan's brand: The company will ...

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