PARIS – Carlos Ghosn has mellowed over the five years he has been CEO of Renault. His ambitions for the auto maker in the coming six years are lower, and perhaps more realistic, than they were in 2006, when Contract 2009 came and failed in the midst of the economic crisis. Today, “Renault 2016-Drive the Change” aims at an operating margin of 5% in 2013. The goal in 2006 was 6% in 2009. Ghosn now looks to add 400,000 vehicles to annual sales in the coming three years. In 2006, he ...
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