Ghosn at the World Economic Forum India Economic Summit in 2009
|Alma mater||École Polytechnique (1978) and École des Mines de Paris (1979)|
|Occupation||CEO of Renault and Nissan|
Chairman of AvtoVAZ
He was the Chairman and chief executive officer of Renault, which is based in Paris. He held the same positions at Nissan, based in Japan. Together, these companies produce more than 10% of cars sold around the world. Ghosn was also Chairman and CEO of the Renault-Nissan Alliance, the strategic partnership overseeing the two companies through a unique cross-shareholding agreement.
He was born in Brazil.
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