Renault president indicted in Argentina BUENOS AIRES — A judge in Cordoba indicts Renault SA's Argentina president on smuggling and fraud charges. Manuel Antelo was acquitted twice of the charges in lower courts, but a provincial judge, who also indicted Renault executive Osvaldo Orecchini, overturned the acquittals. The case involved car parts exported to Uruguay for assembly then imported into Argentina for sale between 1992 and 1994. The automaker paid no taxes under a Uruguay-Argentina ...

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