PARIS, May 19 (Reuters) - A French appeal court on Thursday recognised car maker Renault's "inexcusable fault" in the 2006 suicide of an engineer, in a move that establishes a link between the company's conduct and the employee's death. The decision, by the Versailles appeal court, backs up an earlier court ruling from 2009. Renault has two months to decide whether to appeal to a higher court that can judge whether the appeal court's decision conformed to the law. A Renault spokeswoman ...
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