• May 4th 2010 at 9:30AM
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What's the least surprising thing you'll hear all day?
"Renault's board of directors has re-elected Carlos Ghosn as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer for a four-year period, following the renewal of his directorship by the Annual General Meeting of April 30, 2010."
So, now that Ghosn has been reconfirmed as the man at the helm of the dual-headed Renault/Nissan alliance, what does he plan to do next? No, he's not going to Disney World. "We will continue to accelerate synergies with Nissan as part of the Alliance, with new actions that should produce results in 2010," answers Ghosn. "We are combining our strengths with Nissan, notably in India, Russia, Brazil and Mexico."

Business as usual, it would seem.

[Source: Business Standard | Image: Yves Forestier/Getty Images]

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