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Renault shares fall on worries Nissan alliance doomed without Ghosn

Reuters Monday, 13 January 2020
Renault shares hit six-year lows on Monday as investors worried the French automaker's 20-year cost-sharing alliance with Nissan is headed for a break-up without Carlos Ghosn to hold it together.
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French carmaker Renault and Japanese partner Nissan Motor said their alliance was in no danger of being dissolved, denying a media report of a potential break-up that sent their shares skidding to multiyear lows. Ciara Lee reports.

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