Carlos Ghosn: S & # 39; are the cards
The Japan escape from the fall from grace of & # 39; one of the most paintings & # 39; successful and popular (until this week anyway).
The Japan Times Hiroto Saikawa noted that a & # 39; Nissan was accused of alleged breaches of & # 39; Ghosn on "regime in which all power in & # 39; Nissan was concentrated in & # 39; Ghosn hands for an extended period."
The newspaper added:
"If this is the case, is Nissan itself allowing opaque ways & # 39; as managing them in the company for nearly 20 years, and the automaker will not escape from blame for its poor governance, which can & # 39, resulting in damage to the interests of its stakeholders. "
the – Yomiuri Shimbun said the outlook & # 39; Nissan "have become increasingly clear" as a result of the arrest & # 39; Ghosn. "Nissan must strive to improve its organization by & # 39; devices such as repair of its corporate governance, to enable & # 39; hurry to restore confidence," he said.
The ASahi Shimbun described the events & # 39; this week as "stunning" and urged Nissan to fully disclose the results of its internal investigation Ghosn and Greg Kelly.
"The company is in danger of falling & # 39; in & # 39; loss if they endeavor to reveal as much as & # 39; possible to its shareholders and come with & # 39; measures to deal with the current crisis."
the – Mainichi Shimbun said the allegations against Ghosn, if found to have been true, amounted to a "serious act & # 39; treason" and "distorted product & # 39; long dictatorship". He added:
"The car manager must undergo a fundamental review of its management to win back the trust of shareholders and the market."
The agenda: meeting & # 39; to exceed today Ghosn Nissan