French government leads shareholder revolt against Renault

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Just over half of investors voted against boss Carlos Ghosn’s annual €7.3m package in a non-binding vote at the carmaker’s AGM in Paris.

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Renault has suffered a shareholder rebellion over its chief executive’s pay, after the French government and independent investors joined forces to express their opposition to excessive rewards, reports The Financial Times.