The dust has settled on the mergerama between Renault/Nissan and GM (plus a few other rumored alliances), and for the time being the CEO of the Franco-Japanese automaker, Carlos Ghosn, has called it quits.
Currently, it's all about timing and right now Nissan has bigger things on the horizon. Impending product launches, in the form of the new Sentra, Altima and Maxima are dominating the Nissan side of things, while Infiniti is focused on the launch of the new G35 sedan and coupe, a new crossover called the Rogue and the all-conquering Skyline.

During his address to the Detroit Economic Club, Ghosn also revealed that he is keeping close tabs on how the Big Two-Point-Five are going to be dealing with legacy costs in the U.S. This is of particular concern to Nissan's North American operations, as the automaker will be facing similar situations within the next decade.

[Source: Automotive News]

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