PARIS, Dec 20 (Reuters) - Renault Chief Executive Carlos Ghosn has met with a judge investigating false industrial espionage charges which led to three executives being fired in January and to the resignation of a senior executive at the French automaker. The judge leading the probe heard from the "the company, as a plaintiff, to assess how much progress has been made on the case and to record his observations," the company said in a statement. The CEO "was thus able to remember in his role ...
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