PARIS, Sept 23 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co has no intention of acquiring the French government's stake in its affiliate Renault SA , the Japanese automaker's chief executive said in an interview published on Monday. "The French government's announcement to sell all or part of its participation in Renault in no way changes our position," Carlos Ghosn told business daily La Tribune. "Nissan has no vocation as a replacement for the French state in Renault." The government, which owns about ...
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