* Ghosn known as turnaround artist with strong views * Opposes full merger of Nissan and Renault * Reviewing complicated capital structure of alliance * Defends Renault's handling of espionage case * Some question viability of his dual-CEO role By Chang-Ran Kim, Asia autos correspondent YOKOHAMA, Japan, Feb 28 (Reuters) - Even for Carlos Ghosn, the supremely confident CEO of the Renault-Nissan automotive alliance, criticism sometimes hurts. In those moments, he turns to a pile ...
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