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Nissan's Ghosn crisis

Nissan not likely to name Ghosn successor on Monday

New committee is planned to push discussions after failure to agree on candidate

Naming a successor to former Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn may take time.

TOKYO -- Nissan Motor's plan to have President Hiroto Saikawa double as chairman, the post left empty following Carlos Ghosn's dismissal, has been called into doubt as the nominating committee failed to agree on a successor.

Sources close to the meeting said Nissan may postpone the plan to name a candidate during its board of directors meeting on Monday.

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