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Carlos Ghosn: What the papers say
Japan is covered by the fall from the grace of one of their most successful and popular bosses (so far this week).
Japanese time noted that Nissan Hiroto Saikawa blamed the alleged violations of Gosna in a regime in which all power in Nissan was concentrated in the hands of Ghosn for a long period. ”
“If this is the case, it was Nissan himself that allowed such non-transparent management paths in the company for almost 20 years, and the automaker will not avoid blame for poor management, which could lead to damage to the interests of its stakeholders.”
Yomiuri Shimbun said Nissan's prospects “became increasingly unclear” as a result of the arrest at Ghosn. “Nissan should strive to improve its organization through such means as the restoration of corporate governance, so it can accelerate the restoration of trust,” the report said.
Asahi shimbun described the events of this week as “stunning” and called on Nissan to fully disclose the results of its internal investigation in Ghosn and Greg Kelly.
“The company risks falling into dysfunction if it doesn’t do everything possible to disclose everything it can to its shareholders and takes measures to combat the current crisis.”
Mainichi shimbun he said that the charges against Gos, if confirmed, constitute a "serious act of treason" and a "distorted product of a long-term dictatorship." He added:
"The automaker must go through a fundamental review of its leadership in order to regain the trust of shareholders and the market."
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