Renault Shares Drop on Apparent Fraud Probe Into Emissions

  • Decline is biggest since 1999 after union says offices visited
  • Company, government fraud office haven't returned calls

Renault 'Cooperating Fully' With Emissions Fraud Probe

Renault SA shares plunged the most in 17 years after a union said French fraud investigators seized computers from the automaker, apparently as part of a probe into emissions testing.

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