French kiss of life for Nissan
Renault's Carlos Ghosn has experienced the whole gamut of public emotion since stepping in to rescue Nissan in 1999. Vilified 18 months ago at the shareholders' meeting by one self-described "patriotic" shareholder, Mr Takashi Watanabe, for not bowing as he entered the room, accused of being an "occupying force", and personally described as the "destroyer", today he is ven-erated by the very same Japanese public.
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