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Europe: ACEA’s new president is Carlos Ghosn


The European auto industry's lobbying unit, ACEA, has made a leadership change, as Renault-Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn takes the president position from ex-PSA CEO Philippe Varin. The Brussels-based body is led by Renault-Nissan’s CEO for the second time, as Ghosn also held the presidency from January 2009 to the following January. According to ACEA, the leadership change is effective immediately, after ...
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