Nissan's Ghosn: 'We are still not at our potential'

November 19, 2012 - 12:01 am ET
Carlos Ghosn says Nissan needs to “be at a much higher operational performance level” to hit his goal of 10 percent U.S. market share. To help achieve that sales growth, the 58-year-old CEO is looking to add production capacity in North America and build more Infiniti luxury vehicles outside of Japan. The second-longest serving CEO of a major automaker remains bullish on slow-selling electric vehicles and says it's too soon to talk about his legacy.
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