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Norihiko Shirouzu

Prosecutors set to indict Ghosn and Nissan as CEO's role in focus-sources

Dec 09 2018

* Concerns at Nissan that CEO Saikawa may be indicted -source

Renault-Nissan leaders to meet amid tensions over Ghosn ouster

Nov 25 2018

PARIS/BEIJING Renault-Nissan executives will attempt this coming week to shield their joint operations from a looming power struggle between the carmakers, following alliance boss Carlos Ghosn's shock arrest over misconduct allegations.

RPT-NEWSMAKER-Nissan's Saikawa, a hard-nosed leader, takes centre stage after Ghosn's ouster

Nov 22 2018

* Also very scrupulous, has experience with compliance issues

Nissan's Saikawa, a hard-nosed leader, takes center stage after Ghosn's ouster

Nov 22 2018

TOKYO In sacking his long-time mentor Carlos Ghosn as chairman of Nissan Motor Co Ltd , CEO Hiroto Saikawa has only bolstered his reputation for being a tough leader unafraid to antagonize people in the interests of business.

Nissan's Saikawa, a hard-nosed leader, takes centre stage after Ghosn's ouster

Nov 22 2018

TOKYO In sacking his long-time mentor Carlos Ghosn as chairman of Nissan Motor Co Ltd , CEO Hiroto Saikawa has only bolstered his reputation for being a tough leader unafraid to antagonise people in the interests of business.

U.S. chipmaker Nvidia to provide AI platform for Chinese EV start-ups

Nov 21 2018

BEIJING U.S. chipmaker Nvidia Corp has signed separate deals with Chinese electric vehicle startups XPeng Motors, Singulato Motors and SF Motors to develop autonomous driving technology, Chief Executive Jensen Huang said on Wednesday.

A slew of electric truck plans may deliver the goods for China's EV ambitions

Nov 15 2018

BEIJING Having just broken ground for a new factory in the southern Chinese province of Hunan, the head of electric car startup Singulato Motors has grand plans: build up to 50,000 electric vans per year and ride the crest of a wave for e-truck demand in China.

China car market on verge of rare annual contraction after October sales slide

Nov 09 2018

BEIJING China's automobile sales fell 11.7 percent in October, bringing the world's biggest car market closer to an annual contraction not seen since at least 1990. | Video

UPDATE 1-China car market hits reverse as sales slide again

Nov 09 2018

* YTD sales down 0.1 pct (Recasts, adds NEV numbers, comment from CAAM official)

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