France stands by detained Ghosn: what next for Nissan/Renault alliance?

France stood by embattled Renault boss Carlos Ghosn on Wednesday, saying it wanted evidence from industry partner Nissan to support misconduct allegations against him, and added that both Paris and Tokyo wanted a stable carmaking alliance. But as David Pollard reports, the future of the alliance is increasingly coming under question.


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