Mitsubishi Motors Corp. Chairman and CEO Osamu Masuko holds a press point after a board meeting at the Mitsubishi Motor headquarters in Tokyo on November 26, 2018. AFP / Martin BUREAU
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The board of Japanese automaker Mitsubishi Motors, which is allied with Renault and Nissan, voted unanimously Monday to dismiss Carlos Ghosn as its chairman following his arrest last week.Nissan Motor Co. ousted him as its chairman last week, saying an internal investigation prompted by a whistleblower also found Ghosn misused company money and assets.The disruptions over Ghosn's case have added to worries about the future of the alliance between Renault, Nissan and Mitsubishi, whose status as the most recent addition could be more precarious.European media have speculated that the case against Ghosn was partly driven by a desire to fend off moves to merge Renault and Nissan and keep the company under Japanese control. Nissan holds a 34 percent stake in Mitsubishi.
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