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The French government has asked Renault Nissan to push Michelin CEO to replace Ghosn

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According to Japanese media reports on January 20, local time, a French government delegation has informed Japan that it wants to integrate Renault and Nissan cars, and is likely to belong to the same holding company.

After Ghosn's arrest, Nissan and Mitsubishi both removed Ghosn's chairmanship, but Renault did not, just appointed a deputy chief executive. So far, the French government has asked Renault to call a board of directors to replace Ghosn. French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said in a newspaper interview that Michelin CEO Jean-Dominique Senard would be a good candidate to lead Renault.

"The French government, as a shareholder, has a certain voice," said Le Maire. I can tell you that in the automotive industry, Jean-Dominique Senard has a very competitive and reputable industry.

Chongqing Feilongjiangli, as a supplier of automobile parts, has provided matching supply to American and German automobile companies, but has not yet matched Japanese and Korean automobile companies. The future direction is to provide better matching services for American and German automobile companies and join the matching of Japanese and Korean automobile companies as soon as possible.

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