France seeking replacement for Renault boss Carlos Ghosn

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The French government is looking for candidates to replace Renault's boss Carlos Ghosn, currently detained in Japan over financial misconduct allegations, after several of the carmaker's board of directors, led by Cherie Blair, the wife of former British prime minister Tony Blair, urged Ghosn's dismissal amid deep strains his arrest has caused in Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance, according to an exclusive report by news agency Reuters.

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The French government is seeking candidates to replace Renault’s embattled boss Carlos Ghosn, as board members began to voice doubts about keeping him in office following his indictment in Japan for suspected misconduct, reports Reuters, citing informed sources.