By Marcel Michelson PARIS, Dec 19 (Reuters) - Renault is expected to slash costs by at least 1 billion euros ($1.20 billion) and cut staff by up to 10 percent when Carlos Ghosn unveils his strategy for the French carmaker, a Reuters survey of analysts found. The new chief executive is keeping a close lid on details of the plan to be announced on Feb. 9, but sector analysts clearly expect bold moves along the lines of his successful shake-up at Japanese ally Nissan. Renault plants at ...
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