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Imprisoned Renault Manager : France calls for succession for the car Manager Ghosn

Against the Backdrop of the arrest of Carlos Ghosn in Japan has called for France's economy Minister Bruno Le Maire, a successor to the car Manager at Renault. "We want the Supervisory Board determines a new, sustainable business management for Renault," said Le Maire on Wednesday evening in an interview with the TV station LCI. There should be a new stage, when Ghosn was permanently prevented. The French government wanted to Maire the convening of the meeting of the Board of Directors in this matter in the next few days, Le.

The state is in the case of Renault a more important player, he holds 15 percent of the shares. Ghosn at Renault is still officially the boss of the group, the French title of Président-directeur général. The operational business is led long by his former Deputy, Thierry Bolloré.

in The afternoon, government spokesman Benjamin Griveaux had declared that the French government had sent a Delegation to Tokyo. It is there for the future of the Alliance between Renault and Nissan. The stability of this Alliance, thousands of jobs depended, in France alone, said Griveaux. In addition, it was said from circles of the Élyséepalastes, this Alliance had to be preserved to secure the future of the manufacturer.

Ghosn is an architect of international cooperation of Renault with the Japanese manufacturers Nissan and Mitsubishi. The 64-Year-old, has been sitting for around two months in Japan in pre-trial detention. Him, among other things, violation of stock exchange is accused of pads. Ghosn, however, had protested his innocence.

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for a long time Already is speculation in Paris that the current head of the supplier, Michelin, Dominique Senard, President post in the Renault could take over the Board of Directors, while Bolloré will continue to lead the operational business. (dpa)

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