EXCLUSIVE-Renault-Nissan structure change within 3 yrs-CEO


YOKOHAMA, Japan, Feb 25 (Reuters) - Renault and Nissan will review the capital structure of their alliance, Chief Executive Carlos Ghosn said, amid calls from investors for the French carmaker to free up capital tied up in its Japanese partner. Ghosn added that he hoped for a decision within three years. Investors punished Renault SA shares after what the financial markets perceived as a disappointing six-year business plan announced on Feb. 10, mainly due to the lack of a more immediate ...

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