Renault making money in India now after selling 100,000 Kwids: Carlos Ghosn
Renault-Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn on his plans for the Mitsubishi acquisition, that brand's future in India and how he took inspiration from Tata Nano
Geneva: Carlos Ghosn, 62, is the global auto industry’s most charismatic and, some would say, best performing chief executive officer (CEO). He is also the chairman and CEO of French auto maker Renault SA, chairman of Japan’s Nissan Motor Co. Ltd, and chairman of Mitsubishi Motors Corp. He has turned around the fortunes of the first, rescued the second from near oblivion, and now wants to do the same with the third.