PARIS – After a weekend meeting with French President Nicholas Sarkozy, Renault SA President Carlos Ghosn thought he had put an end to a controversy with the people and government of France by promising the replacement for the Clio small car due in 2013 will remain at the Flins factory. Additionally, a representative of the government will get a seat on the auto maker’s strategic committee, Industry Minister Christian Esrosi tells Reuters. However, Ghosn’s declaration may have been the ...

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