PARIS (Reuters) - French economy minister Bruno Le Maire and his Japanese counterpart Hiroshige Seko reaffirmed on Thursday their support for the Renault-Nissan RENA.PA7201.T alliance after Carlos Ghosn was ousted as the Japanese company's chairman
After meeting in Paris, a joint statement expressed “the strong support” and “their shared wish to maintain this winning cooperation”.
Ghosn was the architect of the alliance and was pushing for a deeper tie-up, including a potential full merger of Renault and Nissan, despite strong reservations at the Japanese firm.
Reporting by Leigh Thomas ; Editing by Matthias Blamont
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