UPDATE 3-Renault's Tavares steps down after hinting at U.S. move

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* CEO Ghosn to assume duties temporarily * Tavares quits COO role with immediate effect By Laurence Frost and Gilles Guillaume PARIS, Aug 29 (Reuters) - Renault SA's second-in-command, Carlos Tavares, quit on Thursday, two weeks after he dismayed colleagues by hinting he might join one of the U.S. carmakers. Tavares, chief operating officer at the French auto manufacturer, said in an interview with Bloomberg published on Aug. 14 ...

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