French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire called Senard “a great industrialist,” in a television interview on Wednesday.
French officials are visiting Tokyo to discuss the future of the alliance between the automakers, a government spokesman said.
Some Renault board members have concluded that a decision is needed fast.
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Prosecutors said Friday that Ghosn’s detention could last for another two months.
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Ghosn has been locked up in a small Tokyo jail cell with a toilet and wash basin since his shock arrest Nov. 19.
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Carlos Ghosn will speak publicly on Tuesday for the first time since his arrest almost two months ago.
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As part of the new code, the Japanese automaker revised the cross-shareholding policy.
Renault’s biggest factory churns out predominantly Nissan cars.
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new information is emerging about how Carlos Ghosn allegedly tried to shield the scale of his compensation from the public eye.
As scandal enters fifth week, Nissan Motors is still without a chairman.
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Renault keeps its Chief executive Officer Carlos Ghosn at helm after a probe finds that he wasn’t involved in any pay wrongdoing.
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