By Joseph White PARIS (Reuters) – Carlos Ghosn, head of the world’s largest automotive alliance by sales, gets a lot of questions about who could replace him, and at the Paris auto show on Tuesday he used a fresh way to postpone an answer. “I’m in nemawashi mode,” Ghosn told reporters at a briefing at Renault’s stand at the show, using a Japanese term for engaging a group of people to reach consensus on a course of action. Ghosn said the deliberations would take into account “what kind of organisation, legal structure … we need to put in place to ensure the sustainability of the alliance.” Ghosn, 64, has said he plans to remain as Renault chief executive and CEO of the alliance until 2022. In an interview with Reuters on Tuesday, he said answers about succession and potential changes to the cross-shareholding structure of the three main partners should come by June 2020, the midpoint of his term. France’s Renault SA <RENA.PA>, and Japan’s Nissan Motor Co <7201.T> and Mitsubishi Motors Corp <7211.T>, are joined by cross shareholdings and shared activities such as purchasing and technology development. They operate separately in global markets, in certain cases as rivals. Together,… Read full this story
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