PARIS, Feb 24 (Reuters) - France's Renault launched an internal audit in the first half of January into the industrial espionage case that has rocked the automaker, a spokeswoman confirmed on Thursday. Renault fired three executives and lodged a legal complaint after it said it had been the victim of industrial espionage targeting its high-profile electric vehicle programme. All three have denied wrongdoing and are taking legal action against the 15-percent state-owned carmaker. For a ...
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