DETROIT – Key to the success of the Nissan Motor Co. Ltd.-Renault SA alliance is its unusual corporate model, a unique arrangement customized for the two auto makers, says a senior Nissan executive who helped forge the partnership. As such, it can accommodate a third partner, says Dominique Thormann, senior vice president-administration and finance for Nissan North America Inc., a position he assumed July 1. The Renault-Nissan Alliance could operate much the same way it currently does ...
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