On December 20, 2001, Louis Schweitzer, Renault Chairman and CEO, and Carlos Ghosn, Nissan President and CEO, opened the new light commercial vehicle assembly plant built on Renault's industrial complex in Sao Jose dos Pinhais, Parana, Brazil.
In a natural step in the development of their Alliance, Renault and Nissan announced today a plan to accelerate development of the Renault-Nissan bi-national group, in keeping with the principles of the Renault-Nissan Alliance and Equity Participation agreement signed in March 1999 and the Alliance Charter.
Tokyo (October 25) - In an international analyst conference organized during the 35th International Tokyo Motor Show, Carlos Ghosn, president and CEO of Nissan reviewed details behind the record half-year consolidated operating profit of 187 billion yen (US$1.56 billion, Euro 1.73 billion) announced on October 18.
Tokyo (October 18) - In an address marking the second anniversary of unveiling the Nissan Revival Plan (NRP), Carlos Ghosn, President and Chief Executive Officer of Nissan Motor Company, announced that the plan is well ahead of schedule and delivering significant profits as promised.
Tokyo -- Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. will present at the upcoming 2001 Tokyo Motor Show an impressive array of concept cars such as the "ideo," an ideal network vehicle, and the "mm," a new standard for compact cars on a scale and diversity unparalleled in the past motor shows.
Tokyo -- Nissan Motor Company announced today that it will sale its entire stake in IID Inc. through management buyout (MBO) to IID Management Board and three private equity funds, NIF Ventures Co., Ltd., Fuji Capital Markets Corp. and New Business Investment Co., Ltd..
Tokyo, October 4, 2001 -- Mitsubishi Motors Corporation, JATCO TransTechnology Ltd. and Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. signed a Memorandum of Understanding to study integration of Mitsubishi Motors' and JATCO TransTechnology's automatic transmission (AT) and continuously variable transmission (CVT) businesses.
Nissan Motor Company released the results today of their final report on the results of the environmental survey at the Murayama plant site and announced plans for future reclamation of the property to the appropriate authorities.
Tokyo - Negotiations between Nissan Motor Company and Siam Group on Nissan's investment to increase its stake from 25 percent to 74.9 percent in Siam Nissan Automobiles Co., Ltd. (SNA) and Siam Motors & Nissan Co., Ltd. (SMN) did not reach the final agreement due to differences relative to the management of the operation.