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15 Mar 2011 By Pierre Briancon

The French carmaker has apologised after wrongly firing three executives for trumpedup espionage charges. But CEO Carlos Ghosn isn’t resigning, and has turned down his number two’s offer to quit. Renault doesn’t seem to understand the seriousness of the scandal.

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