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Nissan's Ghosn crisis

No shareholders meeting necessary, Nissan tells Renault

Saikawa and Bollore discuss future steps in person for first time since Ghosn's arrest

Nissan Motor is no longer allowing its chairman complete control over executive pay.   © Reuters

TOKYO -- Nissan Motor President and CEO Hiroto Saikawa has met face-to-face with Renault Deputy CEO Thierry Bollore in Amsterdam for the first time since the arrest of former Chairman Carlos Ghosn, as the Japanese automaker digs in its heels regarding its future leadership.

"I had a very good discussion" with Bollore, Saikawa told reporters upon returning to Japan on Wednesday after attending the meeting of the three-way alliance that includes Mitsubishi Motors.

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