Director of Renault-Nissan PSA Group Executive moves

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Director of Renault-Nissan PSA Group Executive moves

Chief Executive officer Renault-Nissan suddenly left the company and joined the PSA Group.

Arno Debi, who held the position of senior Executive Director of the Renault-Nissan Alliance, will become Director of industrial strategy, PSA. It is noted that the former Director accuses the boss of Renault Thierry Bollore in forced care. It is reported that tensions within the Renault-Nissan Alliance intensified after the arrest of former President Carlos Ghosn in November 2018 and a failed merger with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles in June.

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Sources say that relations with Debora Ballroom deteriorated after the arrest Gonna. It is believed that Debosh offered a senior position at Nissan, but Bollore has made efforts to this did not happen. Renault and Nissan have been at odds with since the merger with the FCA failed. Japanese car manufacturer wants to reduce its Renault has a 43.4% stake in the company to enlist the support of Nissan in connection with FCA.

Renault, in turn, resists this and does not want to reduce their ownership below 33 percent. Note that the transition Debora in the PSA Group came six years after the current Executive Director Carlos Tavares moved from Renault and had to save the automaker from the brink of bankruptcy.