Dec 31, 2019
Carlos Ghosn lawyer stunned as Nissan ex-boss flees Japan for Lebanon
A lawyer for former Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn says he is "Dumbfounded" by the news that his client has fled to Lebanon after jumping bail in Japan. AFP. Mr Ghosn was released on $9m bail in April under strict conditions that barred him from travelling abroad. How he could have left Japan remains unclear. Mr Ghosn released a statement after news agencies on Monday reported he had travelled to Lebanon. Japan gives millions in aid to Lebanon and will want Mr Ghosn returned. Once considered a hero in Japan for turning around Nissan - even becoming the subject of a Japanese comic book - Mr Ghosn spent 108 days in custody after his arrest in Tokyo in November 2018.
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