PARIS (Reuters) - Carlos Ghosn is no longer fit to lead Renault following his arrest in Japan, said the finance minister of France, which holds a key shareholding in Renault."Carlos Ghosn is no longer in a position where he is capable of leading Renault," French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire told France Info radio.He added that he wanted Renault to set up an interim management structure in light of Ghosn's arrest.Nissan said on Monday that an internal investigation had revealed that Ghosn engaged in wrongdoing including personal use of company money and under-reporting for years how much he ...
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