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The President of Japan's Nissan Motor Company, Carlos Ghosn,

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The President of Japan's Nissan Motor Company, Carlos Ghosn, is a globalist with Lebanese heritage, French education, and Brazilian passport, who earned his spurs as an aggressive turnaround artist at Michelin and, later, at Renault.

a) The President of Japan's Nissan Motor Company, Carlos Ghosn, is a globalist with Lebanese heritage, French education, and Brazilian passport, who earned his spurs

b) The President of Japan's Nissan Motor Company, Carlos Ghosn, is a globalist with Lebanese heritage, French education, and Brazilian passport, having his spurs earned

c) A globalist with Lebanese heritage, French education, and Brazilian passport, the President of Japan's Nissan Motor Company, Carlos Ghosn, earned his spurs

d) As a globalist, the President of Japan's Nissan Motor Company, Carlos Ghosn, with Lebanese heritage, French education, and Brazilian passport, earned his spurs

e) Being of Lebanese heritage, French education, and Brazilian passport, the Presidentof Japan's Nissan Motor Company, Carlos, Ghosn, earned his spurs

3) It is widely believed in the papermaking industry that unless mills run continuously, a firm cannot make money and waste, estimated at 30% of overall mill cost, resulting from changing products 'on the run' is inevitable while the machine is achieving 'on grade' performance.
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C for me too. "earned his spur" is a misplaced modifier as it seems to apply to the preceding term, "Brazilian passport". The term "who" must clearly refer to its antecedent which must precede the pronoun
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 [#permalink] New post 16 Mar 2004, 13:13
Me thinks answer is C


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