Nissan chairman, Carlos Ghosn, who opposes his claim as "totally paid" is not recorded: Asahi, News and Markets News & Best Stories


TOKYO (REUTERS) – Motor chairman Nossan, Carlos Ghosn, will be arrested by the Tokyo prosecutors for breaking financial instruments and Japanese exchange action. Asahi newspaper launched on Monday (November 19) on its website.

The newspaper said Gosn, who is also a chairman and chief executive of Renault of France, has suspected that he has invested his own income on financial statements and has failed to do so. he agreed to speak voluntarily to prosecutors.

Nissan spokeswoman said that his company had a & # 39; carry out inspections of the report.

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