Renault Board to Vote on Whether to Remove CEO Bolloré

PARIS—Renault’s board is planning a vote Friday on whether to remove Chief Executive Thierry Bolloré amid concerns over the car maker’s performance and its tense relationship with Nissan Motor Co., its partner in a globe-spanning alliance, according to people familiar with the matter. In a statement on Thursday, Renault said its board would meet “to…

PARIS—Renault’s board is planning a vote Friday on whether to remove Chief Executive Thierry Bolloré amid concerns over the car maker’s performance and its tense relationship with Nissan Motor Co., its partner in a globe-spanning alliance, according to people familiar with the matter.

In a statement on Thursday, Renault said its board would meet “to discuss the corporate governance of the group.” A spokeswoman declined to comment further.

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