Nissan Has Approved New CEO Senar to Replace Incriminated Carlos Ghosn

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Due to the fact that the former president of Nissan, Carlos Ghosn, is still in custody due to the charges of tax evasion and the use of company funds for personal needs, the Nissan management is concerned about who will take his place.

As it became known recently, the main contender for this position is the Board of Directors Chairman of Renault Jean-Dominique Senard.

Final approval of Senar candidature is going to be made on April 8th at an extraordinary board meeting of Nissan directors.