Nissan Chief Executive Carlos Ghosn prepares to attend a press conference at Foreign Correspondents' Club of Japan in Tokyo, Thursday, July 17, 2014. (AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko)
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Carlos Ghosn, the French-Lebanese chief of Nissan-Renault, Thursday shrugged off any chance of vying for Lebanon's presidency, saying he has "too many jobs already".The 60-year-old, widely credited with saving a near-bankrupt Nissan more than a decade ago, was born to Lebanese parents in Brazil. Speculation over a political career was fueled by reports last year quoting Ghosn as saying he would rely on the same techniques for running Lebanon that he used to turn around Nissan.
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