Jan 8, 2020

Carlos Ghosn: Nissan inquiry a 'gross perversion'

Lawyers for ex-Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn have attacked the company, accusing it of conducting a biased investigation of his leadership. Nissan did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the claims, which are similar to ones that Mr Ghosn has made previously. Mr Ghosn ran carmaker Nissan until he was arrested in Japan on charges of financial misconduct, including improperly reporting his compensation, in November 2018. In Tuesday's statement, his defence team said that "Nissan's claim that it conducted 'a robust, thorough internal investigation' is a gross perversion of the truth". The comments came after Nissan issued a statement on Tuesday, saying it would still take legal action against Mr Ghosn despite him no longer being in Japan.

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