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Renault-Nissan Splitting Up

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Renault-Nissan Splitting Up

Renault-Nissan Splitting Up

Several Renault-Nissan joint business functions are being unwound now that former alliance chairman Carlos Ghosn is no longer in power to press ahead with the integration of the two automakers, the Financial Times reported.

Ghosn's "CEO Office," which was responsible for the day-to-day running of alliance functions, is being disbanded, the paper said on Wednesday.

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