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July 12, 1991 | AMY HARMON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Nissan Motor Co. has named Haruo Ohno as the new chief of the auto maker's growing North American operations. Ohno, 56, replaces Yoshikazu Hanawa as president of Nissan North America, the company's Los Angeles-based subsidiary that oversees the operations of Nissan's seven companies in the United States and Canada. Hanawa was promoted to executive vice president of Nissan Motor Co.
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July 12, 1991 | AMY HARMON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Nissan Motor Co. has named Haruo Ohno as the new chief of the auto maker's growing North American operations. Ohno, 56, replaces Yoshikazu Hanawa as president of Nissan North America, the company's Los Angeles-based subsidiary that oversees the operations of Nissan's seven companies in the United States and Canada. Hanawa was promoted to executive vice president of Nissan Motor Co.
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July 2, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
New President Named for Nissan North America: Tetsuo Tabata has been named to the position, effective immediately. He is replacing Haruo Ohno, who was named president and chief executive of Calsonic Corp., a Nissan group company that produces automotive air conditioners, radiators and related equipment. Tabata, 54, most recently was director and member of the board for Nissan Motor Co. Ltd.
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May 9, 1992 | AMY HARMON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The creative types at Nissan's San Diego design center usually don't keep close track of whether anyone actually buys the vehicles they help to conceive, lest such crass information interfere with their more lofty pursuits. But with the car they were told was "the single most important Nissan vehicle they would ever design" ready to hit the road in September, head designer Gerald Hirshberg has ordered elaborate sales charts posted at the elegant glass-and-concrete center.
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