`Patriotic' shareholder blasts Nissan's highest executives

Treece, James B.
June 2000
Automotive News;6/26/2000, Vol. 74 Issue 5881, p49
Trade Publication
Presents an excerpt from a dialogue between Japan-based Nissan Motor Co. Chairman Yoshikazu Hanawa and President Carlos Ghosn and a shareholder Takashi Watanabe. Watanabe's criticism of foreign executives' failure to observe Japanese customs; Watanabe's question concerning Ghosn's domination of shareholder meetings.


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