JAPAN: We're not invading Japan: Nissan's Carlos Ghosn
Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. chief Carlos Ghosn Tuesday fought off attacks that Renault SA represents an "occupying army" in Japan as it oversees a painful restructuring at the Japanese car maker. Ghosn, imported to oversee the overhaul after Renault of France took a controlling stake in Nissan last year, told the annual shareholders' meeting that Japan's third biggest automaker was beating his targets.
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