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Renault-Nissan Alliance holds first meeting since Ghosn’s arrest

Executives from Renault, Nissan and Mitsubishi will take part in the first meeting of the Alliance since its architect Carlos Ghosn was arrested in Japan on suspicion of financial misconduct. No decisions are expected to be made at the meeting, but Nissan's CEO has said he wants the Japanese firm to have a greater say in the partnership. Also today, we look at the renewed threat of tariffs on cars being imported in the United States.

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