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Nissan Motor Co. officially removed former Chairman Carlos Ghosn from his director post on Monday at an extraordinary shareholders meeting in Tokyo, ending a 20-year relationship with the charismatic leader widely credited with saving the company.

During the meeting attended by 4,119 shareholders, the Yokohama-based automaker also ousted Greg Kelly, a close aide of Ghosn and former representative director, from the board, while Renault SA Chairman Jean-Dominique Senard was appointed as a director to replace Ghosn.

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