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Carlos Ghosn set to square off against new French president

Nissan's capital structure talks may resume if Macron toughens stance at Renault

TOKYO/PARIS -- As Emmanuel Macron celebrated his win in the French presidential election on Sunday over Marine Le Pen, markets breathed a sigh of relief, sending stocks and the euro higher.

The victory of the centrist Macron over his far-right rival, who had vowed to pull France out of the European Union, has for the moment slowed the anti-EU wave of populism that threatens to swamp Europe.

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