JACKSON, Mississippi, U.S.A. — On a frigid January day in Detroit last winter, Carlos Ghosn met with a select group of auto writers for one-on-one discussions on the state of Nissan Motor Co. Ltd., conducting his exclusive soiree on the coattails of press week at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Dapper and charismatic, with piercing Brazilian eyes that miss nothing, Ghosn, 46, patiently entertained questions on how he was helping his employer, French automaker Renault ...
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