France's Macron vows to maintain Renault-Nissan stability
"It's too early to comment on the reality or materiality of the accusations, about which I have no further information," Macron told reporters in Brussels.
"As a shareholder, however, the French government will remain extremely vigilant regarding the stability of the alliance, the (Renault) group and ... its employees, who have the full support of the state."
The French state owns 15 percent of Renault, which in turn holds a 43.4 percent stake in Nissan.
The Japanese automaker said that based on a whistleblower report, it had been investigating possible improper practices by Ghosn and board member Greg Kelly for several months, and that it was fully cooperating with investigators.
Neither Ghosn nor Kelly could be reached for comment. (Reporting by Sudip Kar-Gupta and Michel Rose; Editing by Laurence Frost)
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