RPT-SPECIAL REPORT-Ghosn seeks new story for troubled auto alliance

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ound, but sometimes you're left wondering whether that's really the case." Some have even suggested that the best thing Ghosn could do for Renault's share price is to step down as CEO. "I think on the whole, investors would view it as a positive were Ghosn to step away from the day-to-day running of the business, particularly if there were a person like (COO Patrick) Pelata responsible for Renault," Barclays Capital analyst Kristina Church said. Ghosn, who is of Lebanese descent and ...

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