Renault names between time CEO
Renault has named a brief vice president official to assume control over the running of the French vehicle firm after the capture of Carlos Ghosn.
Renault said its head working officer, Thierry Bolloré, would venture up to the job since Mr. Ghosn was "incidentally crippled."
Following a crisis executive gathering, Renault said Mr. Ghosn would stay as its administrator and CEO.
Mr. Ghosn was captured in Japan on Monday after charges of money related unfortunate behavior.
In the meantime, the Financial Times reports that Mr. Ghosn was arranging a merger among Renault and Nissan yet that the Japanese organization was against an arrangement.
Mr. Bolloré is as of now responsible for some daily exercises at Renault.
He likewise said Renault's organization with Nissan stayed in light of a legitimate concern for both France and Japan and of the two organizations.
Be that as it may, Mitsubishi Motors CEO Osamu Masuko said the coalition would be hard to oversee without Mr. Ghosn.
Nissan has a 34% controlling stake in the Japanese automobile manufacturer.