Renault Shares Drop on Apparent Fraud Probe Into EmissionsBy and
Decline is biggest since 1999 after union says offices visited
Company, government fraud office haven't returned calls
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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