Renault apologises to managers wrongly sacked for spying

14th March 2011, Comments 0 comments

Renault on Monday apologised to three top managers fired in January over allegations of industrial espionage, after it emerged the French car maker may have been the victim of fraud.

Renault boss Carlos Ghosn and operations chief Patrick Pelata "apologise and express deep regret, personally and in Renault's name," to the three employees who were "wrongly accused", the company said a statement.

Ghosn and Pelata said they would meet with the managers concerned as soon as possible and "make reparations" after revelations that the source of information alleging the spying may have been a fraudster.

© 2011 AFP

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