Proxy advisers urge shareholders to vote against Nissan CEO reappointment

The move marks a rare public rebuke by international proxy firms against the CEO of a top-tier Japanese company, and comes just as the scandal-hit automaker struggles to move on from the legacy of Carlos Ghosn.

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Author: LINDA SIEG and NAOMI TAJITSU

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