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France claims ignorance as Nissan's Ghosn dossier adds pressure


Journalist wait outside this detention centre in Japan where Ghosn (inset) is being held.

Journalist wait outside this detention centre in Japan where Ghosn (inset) is being held.

PARIS: The French government said on Tuesday it remained unaware of detailed allegations against Renault SA boss Carlos Ghosn sent to the carmaker a day earlier by Japanese alliance partner Nissan Motor Co Ltd.

Ever since Ghosn's Nov. 19 arrest in Japan, the French government, Renault's biggest shareholder, has been demanding to see the findings of a Nissan internal investigation that include allegations of financial misconduct by its chairman.

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