PARIS, Feb 22 (Reuters) - French carmaker Renault said on Tuesday its board of directors agreed changes to the firm's regulations, paving the way for its planned separation of the roles of chairman and chief executive. Renault said in a statement the split would happen after its annual general meeting on April 29. Under the changes Louis Schweitzer, who is currently both chairman and chief executive, will become chairman of Renault's board. Meanwhile Carlos Ghosn will take over as ...
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