YOKOHAMA (Reuters) – Nissan Motor Co (T:) chief executive Makoto Uchida said on Monday that he would work to improve the automaker’s financial performance and co-operate closely with alliance partner Renault SA (PA:), while maintaining Nissan’s independence.
Uchida became CEO of Nissan on Dec. 1, as Japan’s No. 2 carmaker tries to recover from a profit slump and draw a line under a year of turmoil after the Carlos Ghosn scandal.
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