Police went to Ghosn’s home in the town of Etang-la-Ville as part of a preliminary investigation prompted by Renault earlier this year.
Renault chairman Jean-Dominique Senard says the success of its alliance with Nissan is key after a proposed merger with Fiat Chrysler fell apart.
French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire says Renault should concentrate on forging closer ties with its Japanese partner Nissan.
France if left with no choice but to defend its business strategy after being blamed on the Fiat Chrysler - Renault merger withdrawal.
Renault Chairman Jean-Dominique Senard aims to ensure that the merger between Renault and Fiat Chrysler with Japan's Nissan benefits all parties.
Ghosn’s pre-trial hearing starts and he is facing four charges of financial misconduct.
Ghosn needs court permission to see his wife which his lawyer says violate the UN's International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.
While Hiroto Saikawa stays on as Nissan's president, Renault Chief Executive Officer Thierry Bollore will be brought in as a board member.
A request by Tokyo prosecutors to revise the content of their indictment is now underway.
Nissan’s financial weakness could give Renault an opening to push harder for a merger.
Tokyo and Honda may undertake new business approaches to keep the world's number one automobile maker brand going.
If Renault chairman Jean-Dominique Senard's plan is accepted, both Nissan and Renault would own about a 50% stake in the holding company and have equal board representation.
Ghosn is set to post the bail and be released for the second time.
Nissan has admitted its difficulties and downfall which is the result of Carlos Ghosn's affair.
A spokesperson for Nissan declined to comment on 'speculative media reports'.
The Supreme Court slapped down the appeal without explaining the ruling.
Hyundai Motor is poised to appoint Munoz, 53, as global chief operating officer in South Korea and president of Hyundai Motor America.
Carole Ghosn has increasingly emerged as a key figure in the case surrounding her tycoon husband, who is in detention facing multiple allegations of financial malpractice.
The court filing is the first time lawyers for Ghosn have sought relief from Japan's highest court.
Prosecutors took the highly unusual step of re-arresting the auto tycoon last week on fresh allegations that he used company funds to enrich himself to the tune of US$5 million.
The extraordinary shareholders' meeting at a Tokyo hotel is the first such gathering since the stunning arrest of the 65-year-old auto sector titan on Nov 19.
Authorities are looking into new allegations that the former Nissan boss transferred some US$15 million in funds between late 2015 and mid-2018 to a dealership in Oman.
Carlos Ghosn fourth arrest signifies the severity of the crime committed by the now ex-Nissan boss.
Tokyo prosecutors are in discussions with the Supreme Public Prosecutors Office and others and plan to make a decision soon on whether to prosecute Ghosn on further charges of aggravated breach of trust,