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Exclusive: Renault to scrap Ghosn's 30 million euro golden parachute - sources

Reuters Wednesday, 13 February 2019
The board of Renault was poised to cancel as much as 30 million euros ($34 million) in deferred pay and severance to its ousted boss Carlos Ghosn, as directors met on Wednesday to approve its full-year accounts, sources told Reuters.
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PARIS -- The board of Renault was poised to cancel as much as 30 million euros ($34 million) in deferred pay and severance to its ousted boss Carlos Ghosn, as directors met on Wednesday to approve its full-year accounts, sources told Reuters. Renault will scrap around 460,000 performance shares...

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