Ghosn served as Renault's Chief Executive Officer, Nissan Nissan President and Renault and Nissan, and another Japanese Mitsubishi car maker. According to the Japanese public television station (NHK) and the Kyodo press agency, Ghosn gained nearly ten billion yen ($ 89 million) between 2010 and 2015, but said Fisk was only five billion yen ($ 44 million yen) or half the amount received .
The meeting of the Renault Board is scheduled for Tuesday night. The company has released a statement that it is confident that it is focusing on alliances with Nissan and Mitsubishi and that its business management procedures are fully operational after Ghosn's arrest.
The French state has a 15% stake in Renault, which has 43.4% of Nissan, informs Agerpres.
Bollore has been a long-time director of the automotive industry, working for many years with the Michelin tire manufacturer and Faurecia manufacturer before joining Renault in 2012.
Renault's representatives were not available for comments, CNBC said.
On Tuesday, French Economy Minister Bruno Le Maire said he needed a temporary leadership in Renault and said President General Carlos Ghosn "is no longer able to lead the group," although he admitted that there is currently no evidence to blame him.
"We need to get temporary leadership as quickly as possible," Bruno Le Maire told French information, one day after Carlos Ghosn was arrested in Tokyo, accused of hiding part of his tax revenue,
Although he is of the opinion that Carlos Ghosn is no longer able to lead the Renault group, Bruno Le Maire has pointed out that the French authorities have not detected any tax frauds in France by Carlos Ghosn in the French authorities.
"There is nothing special that could report on the fiscal situation of Carlosa Ghosn in France," the French official said.
"We must have proof before the decision," Le Maire said in a statement that the state's responsibility is to ensure "Renault's stability, the future of Renault and the consolidation of the Nissan alliance."
Nissan's board will decide to release President Carlos Ghosn on Thursday, and the Japanese group Mitsubishi Motors (MMC) has announced a similar decision.
At the age of 64, Carlos Ghosn was the one who led the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance to the forefront of the world's automotive industry, a success that earned him a sometimes dubious reward. According to the Proxinvest consulting firm, Carlos Ghosn was rewarded for 13 million euros in 2017 for his position in the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance, which gave the executive director Renault 7.4 million euros.
The Renault-Nissan Alliance, expanded in 2016 by including Mitsubishi, has become the world's largest car maker with 10.6 million units last year, more than Volkswagen and Toyota. At present, a group of 10 automobile brands (including Dacia, Lada, Samsung Motors, Alpine, Infiniti, Datsun, etc.) With 470,000 employees and 122 factories on all continents.
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