Nissan, president of Japanese auto concern, Hiroto Saikawa, said the current alliance with the French group Renault was unfair.
Saikhava indicate this in & # 39; address to his associates from the company, the Japanese news agency Kyodo reported after the arrest & # 39; Carlos Gonzi had already been expelled from the post & # 39; chairman of the board of directors & # 39; Nissan.
"Our relations with & # 39; Renault unfair," Saikawa stressed. It welcomes the fact that Renault has 43.4 percent of the Japanese corporation, and has only 15 percent of the shares of its French partner in the Union, and m & # 39; has no word to define its policies.
The current management & # 39; Nissan, according to data in the media, has also re & # 39; consider the agreement that the Japanese company will be led by Renault representative, TASS notes.
The third partner in & # 39; this union is the Japanese company Mitsubishi Motors. Nissan has 34 percent of its shares. Mitsubishi is also driven by Carlos Gon. It is expected that well today officially dismissed.
Carlos Gon, in the last week has been arrested on suspicion of & # 39; financial fraud, rejected the charges put to him. According to NK HQ TV, he said he did not intend to lower the amount of his wages Nissan. The same situation also holds for arrest with a former member of the board of directors of the corporation, Kreg Kelly.
The prosecutor & # 39; Tokyo suspect Gon claimed no more than half of the remuneration received & # 39; nearly 10 billion yen or 88.5 million dollars.