Renault said to weigh boosting Nissan pact in snub to France

PARIS - Renault is considering plans to restructure its alliance with Nissan Motor Co., including giving its Japanese partner more power to contain the growing influence of the French government, people familiar with the matter said. Renault is proposing options, including cutting its stake in Nissan to trigger its voting rights, said the people, who asked not to be named because the talks are private. A resolution by the board, which met Tuesday, isn't expected soon, as the government isn't in favor of the move, the people said. Representatives for Renault, Nissan and the government declined to comment. Carlos Ghosn, who's chairman and chief executive officer of both...