The Japanese arrested Carlos Gon will remain executive director of Renault but will have a new deputy chief executive in the face of Thierry Bollor. He will deal with company management while Gone is in custody. This is decided after the urgent meeting of the board of Directors of the company.
Earlier, the French government said that he had no evidence that Gon, who had renounced Renault Nissan Mitsubishi, was hiding his taxes in France.
Arrest of Gan in Japan for Suspected Financial Mismanagement (NOTE: Buy property with cash for the automobile concern) Shocked the automotive industry and raised questions about the future of the times disseminated by Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance.
Nissan Mitsubishi has already said they will propose gang to be dismissed as a director.