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Breakingviews - Ghosn successors may further strain Nissan ties

LONDON (Reuters Breakingviews) - Carlos Ghosn is gone but the same cannot be said for tensions in the alliance between Nissan and Renault . More than two months after his arrest in Japan for alleged financial misconduct, Ghosn on Wednesday night resigned as Renault chief executive and chairman, French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said. Successors may feed Nissan’s paranoia about political meddling.

Renault to name new leaders as scandal-hit Ghosn bows out

PARIS Renault's board was meeting on Thursday to appoint new leadership, after Chairman and Chief Executive Carlos Ghosn resigned in the wake of a financial scandal that has rocked the French carmaker and its alliance with Japan's Nissan .

UPDATE 1-Renault to name new leaders as scandal-hit Ghosn bows out

* Nissan to convene shareholder meeting (Adds details, comment, background)

Renault board asked to appoint Senard, Bollore: French government

PARIS Renault's board will be asked to appoint Jean-Dominique Senard and Thierry Bollore to replace departing Chairman and Chief Executive Carlos Ghosn when it meets later on Thursday, a French government spokesman said.

Renault board meets to choose successor to Ghosn

PARIS Renault's board will meet on Thursday to replace Chairman and Chief Executive Carlos Ghosn, in a move that could help ease tensions with alliance partner Nissan following Ghosn's arrest in Japan for alleged financial misconduct.

Renault board meets to choose successor to Ghosn

PARIS, Jan 24 Renault's board will meet on Thursday to replace Chairman and Chief Executive Carlos Ghosn, in a move that could help ease tensions with alliance partner Nissan following Ghosn's arrest in Japan for alleged financial misconduct.

Renault convenes board to turn page on Ghosn era

PARIS Renault has called a board meeting to replace Chairman and Chief Executive Carlos Ghosn, in a move that may begin to ease tensions with alliance partner Nissan in the wake of Ghosn's arrest in Japan for alleged financial misconduct.

UPDATE 2-Renault convenes board to turn page on Ghosn era

* Board to meet at 0900 GMT Thursday to name new chairman, CEO

Renault board meeting due on Jan. 24 over Ghosn's succession -sources

PARIS, Jan 22 Carmaker Renault has called for a board meeting on Jan. 24 to discuss the succession plans regarding Carlos Ghosn, sources told Reuters on Tuesday, with Ghosn in custody in Japan over alleged financial crimes which he denies.

WRAPUP 5-Nissan's Ghosn offers to wear electronic ankle tag to get bail

* Renault board moves towards appointing successors - sources

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