Political football aside, Renault tops Q1 expectations

Shareholder voting rights may be causing ripples in the boardroom, but they have failed to hinder Renault's financial progress

Renault posted unexpectedly strong revenue growth in Q1, a welcome development in the midst of a voting rights dispute with the French government. Shareholder voting rights may be causing ripples in the boardroom, but they have failed to hinder its financial progress, and Renault came in ahead of expectations in the January-March period this year….

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