France Set to Remove Ghosn From Renault
Carlos Ghosn should not remain the boss of Renault, says France's finance minister.
France's finance minister has said Carlos Ghosn should not remain the boss of Renault. The company's board is meeting to discuss temporarily removing Mr Ghosn in the wake of allegations relating to his role at Japan's Nissan. Adam Sage is Paris correspondent for the UK's Times newspaper, and tells us how Mr Ghosn is viewed in France. Also in the programme, senior ministers in the British government have met for the first time in cabinet since two members quit over the prime minister's EU withdrawal agreement. We discuss the UK's way forward with Stephen Phipson, chief executive of the manufacturers' organisation, the EEF, and Roger Bootle, chairman of Capital Economics. Following last weekend's APEC summit in Papua New Guinea, we look at that country's developing economic relationship with China. Plus we talk to baseball legend Alex Rodriguez about next year's game between the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox, to be played at the London Stadium, the first ever major league baseball game in Europe.