Jan 24, 2019
Carlos Ghosn 'resigns from Renault'
Carlos Ghosn, who is in custody in Japan, has resigned from French carmaker Renault, according to reports. The French finance minister, Bruno Le Maire, told Bloomberg Television that "Carlos Ghosn just resigned last night". Mr Ghosn has remained at the helm of Renault while being held in Japan since 19 November over allegations of financial misconduct at Nissan,. While Nissan and Mitsubishi sacked him as chairman after his arrest, Renault had not done so. According to reports, the Renault board is said to be considering replacing him with two individuals.
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