Tokyo / Paris, Nov. 21 – Renault's chief executive, Carlos Ghosn, remains in office, the Renault Board of Directors decided. To ensure an uninterrupted business, in the meantime, Thierry Bollore's Chief Executive Officer will be responsible. Ghosna was arrested Monday in Japan for suspicion of accounting.
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