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Carlos Ghosn, Chairman & CEO, Renault S.A. & Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. Q&A with Loïc Le Meur

Created: 12/08/2010 • 492468 view(s) • Date of speech: 12/08/2010 • Label: platform • Language: English • City of the speech: Paris, France See the conference in details

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Carlos Ghosn

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Carlos Ghosn,, KBE, is a Lebanese Brazilian-born businessman. He is the current CEO and President of Renault of France and Nissan of Japan. He was voted Man of the Year 2003 by Fortune magazine's Asian edition and is also on the board of Alcoa, Sony, and IBM. Ghosn became CEO of Renault, in 2005, succeeding Louis Schweitzer, while remaining CEO of Nissan as well. In 2004 he was added to the Japan Automotive Hall of Fame. Personal life Ghosn (pronounced Gonne in French, Ghosen in Lebanese Arabic) was born in Porto Velho, Brazil on 9 March 1954 to a French mother and Lebanese father. At age 6, he moved to Beirut, Lebanon, with his mother. He completed his secondary school studies there, in a Jesuit school (Collège Notre-Dame de Jamhour). Then he completed his classes préparatoires at Lycée Stanislas in Paris. He graduated with engineering degrees from the École Polytechnique in 1978 (X1974) with last year's specialisation at the École des Mines de Paris. He is a French citizen.

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