TOKYO -- Tensions between Nissan Motor and Renault following alliance leader Carlos Ghosn's arrest threaten the rehabilitation plans of junior partner Mitsubishi Motors, which relies heavily on cooperation with the other two automakers in product development and procurement.
Mitsubishi's board on Monday voted unanimously to fire Ghosn as chairman and representative director, following similar action by Nissan last week.
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