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Exclusive: Former Renault chief breaks his silence
Hocevar upbeat about his tenure as Renault Australia chief, despite shock departure
26 Sep 2017
By TERRY MARTIN
- Former Renault Australia managing director Justin Hocevar has described his seven-year tenure with the French brand as “mutually successful” and says he did not leave the company on bad terms, despite his shock departure earlier this month.
- His replacement, announced this week as former Suzuki Australia director of automobiles Andrew Moore, starts on October 2.
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