TOKYO | The Latest: French state wants to keep Renault-Nissan stable

The Tokyo District Prosecutors’ Office did not respond to the … The company’s shares fell 14 percent by late morning in European trading, to 55.61 euros. The news of Ghosn’s problems surfaced after …
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