However, Tokyo-based Macquarie Capital Securities analyst Janet Lewis told the news site that experts are anxious the French and Japanese governments may oppose the deal. The companies have been linked for almost two decades by a cross shareholding and by sharing Carlos Ghosn in key leadership positions, but the question of who will succeed Ghosn in a few year time has put the structure of the alliance on the front burner.
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The balance debt would be allocated to Air India Asset Holding Ltd, which would be fully owned by the government. The complete information related to the process has been communicated to the prospective bidders.
Japanese auto giant Nissan Motor and French automaker Renault are reportedly in talks to merge after working as a strategic alliance for nearly two decades. Nissan shareholders would also receive shares in the merged entity in exchange for their holding. It is believed the new automaker may maintain two headquarters, one in Japan and one in France, but there's also a possibility for a single HQ in London or somewhere in the Netherlands.
Carlos Ghosn, the current chairman of both companies would be heading this new company.
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Renault shares were up 5.4 percent in early session trading.
No final decisions have been made and the talks, which have been ongoing for several months, may not result in a deal, they said. Nissan took a 34 percent stake in Mitsubishi Motors in 2016, a tie-up which allowed the alliance to claim the title of the world's largest carmaker a year ago with 10.6 million vehicles sold.
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Discrepancies in Spotz's alibi raised warning bells but he disappeared before police could track him down for further questioning. A final cause of death has not yet been determined pending toxicology results, however Shabani's death has been ruled a homicide.
The alliance forecasts unit sales of 14 million units by 2022, compared with 10.6 million previous year. "Nissan and Renault really need to move past the engagement and get married in order to force the kind of changes they need to make to take on Volkswagen and Toyota".