Nissan has selected a new chief executive officer as it tries to move beyond a scandal that has strained ties with alliance partner Renault.
The Japanese carmaker on Tuesday named Makoto Uchida as CEO, tapping an executive who has experience in the key market of China. The board said his appointment will be effective no later than Jan. 1.
"We expect Uchida to lead the company as one team, immediately focus on the recovery of the business and revitalize the company," Nissan's chair of the board...
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