Renault closer to firing exec accused of fraud


PARIS, April 29 (Reuters) - French carmaker Renault held a pre-dismissal hearing with a representative of an ex-security executive accused of fraud in a case that sparked an industrial espionage probe, a spokesman said on Friday. The spokesman was speaking on the sidelines of Renault's annual shareholders' meeting, at which it faced shareholders for the first time since the industrial spying-turned fraud fiasco that forced its chief operating officer to quit. Renault fired three ...

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