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Renault keeps Ghosn at wheel after probe finds no pay wrongdoing


 A Renault SA probe found that jailed Chief Executive Officer Carlos Ghosn’s compensation at the French carmaker complied with French law, sending another signal of division with its alliance partner Nissan Motor Co.

A Renault SA probe found that jailed Chief Executive Officer Carlos Ghosn’s compensation at the French carmaker complied with French law, sending another signal of division with its alliance partner Nissan Motor Co.

PARIS: A Renault SA probe found that jailed Chief Executive Officer Carlos Ghosn’s compensation at the French carmaker complied with French law, sending another signal of division with its alliance partner Nissan Motor Co.

A preliminary review of the years between 2015 and 2018 found nothing amiss on pay to the executive, who was indicted in Japan for understating his income, Renault said in a statement Thursday. 

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