PARIS (Reuters) – Renault Chairman Jean-Dominique Senard said that the charmaker alliance with Nissan had a "great desire" to make it successful, trying to expel proposals for the ten-year partnership on the rocks.
The Franco-Japanese alliance, which had too much internal competitiveness, was thrown into the chaos of architects and long-term manager Carlos Ghosn in Tokyo in November 2018 on charges for financial crimes, which he refuses.
In recent years, Joe's dramatic atmosphere of Japanese justice and a series of barbarous allegations of his asylum in Lebanon, including being a victim of a plot, has let him out and the alliance is now "masquerade". ".
Nissan Any suggestion about a plot is vigorously denounced, while the Japanese company and Renault have wiped out their 20-year-old partnership is falling apart.
"We have a board that oversees the alliance which consists of people who are all in favor of the alliance," Senard said a news conference, defending the changes he made since he entered Renault after Ghosn's arrest. .
"There is a shared desire to connect our strategic plans and a real desire to make this alliance a success,"
Senard, who ran Michelin tire maker, is the de facto senior figure in the partnership, although aura Ghosn was not in charge of the commander.
Although this is partly involved – because both parties are keen to avoid another strong man of Ghosn's style and create a four-member operating board to oversee the alliance for example – Senard will deliver on new joint projects to send.
The 66-year-old has said that they will focus until management reform is completed. A new CEO at Nissan began in December, and Renault is seeking a new CEO following the implementation of Thierry Bollore Ghosning-ally in October.
Luca de Meo, who recently stood as Volkswagen commander The brand is considered the front seat, while a non-competitive clause is a treaty in its contract, told sources are close to Reuters content.
The Interim CEO of Clotilde Delbos is also included in the framework.
According to analysts Renault-Nissan cost cutting alliance is critical to the success of both companies as the automotive industry delays demand and huge investments in cleaner vehicles and automated drive, especially as PSA competitors and Fiat Chrysler they are coming together to help meet these challenges.
(Reported by Sarah White; editing by Mark Potter)