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Nissan's Ghosn crisis

Renault asks Nissan to share information on Ghosn scandal

French automaker appoints interim leaders but retains arrested CEO

Renault Chief Operating Officer Thierry Bollore will take the reins of the French automaker in the absence of CEO Carlos Ghosn.   © Reuters

PARIS -- Renault's board of directors decided on Tuesday to appoint Chief Operating Officer Thierry Bollore as the French automaker's acting head in the absence of arrested Chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn.

In a statement released after the evening meeting, the French automaker said it had asked Nissan "to provide all information in its possession arising from the internal investigations related to Mr. Ghosn," signaling its worry that the scandal will reach its doorstep.

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