Nissan's Ghosn crisis
Renault again calls for extraordinary meeting of Nissan shareholders
Japanese automaker rejects demand as French firm seeks to maintain influence
The latest moves represent an intensification of efforts by both companies to take control of the alliance.
TOKYO -- French automaker Renault has once again asked Nissan Motor to hold an extraordinary meeting of shareholders, Nikkei learned on Thursday.
As Nissan declined, it represents an intensification of efforts on both sides to take control of the alliance.
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