The head of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Federation plans to arrest the Tokyo representative's office



Gosn is expected to suffer data about her.

November 19, 2018 or 13:22 TASR

Tokyo. The Tokyo Center Office expects Carlosa Ghosn, the head of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi vehicle championship to win and suffer. planning to arrest it.

This was announced by the Japanese media on Monday.


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Asahi's daily writes on her website that the procurator procurator found office offices in the Nissan office office in Monday, elsewhere.

NHK's public television and Kyodo News said Gosn, who is chaired by the board of directors and the French leader of the French Renault, was arrested.

Renault speakers and their colleagues still have not responded to the media. The Tokyo Area Command Office refused to comment on Ghosn's comments.

Pointed splitting in areas

Renault's shares fell significantly during the Paris morning trade, 5.5 per cent, the worst product on European stock markets.

In Japan, rarely there is a foreign manager. Ghosn published to ban on falling from Nissan in recent years.

In June, Renault's shareholders paid bonus of € 7.4 million for 2017. In addition, he earned € 9.2 million in the last year in the post of Nissan's Chief Executive.

Non-evaluation of income

The Public Representative's Office in Tokyo believes he has earned "wages" for years in his office reports.

In response to these allegations, Nissan stated that he would leave Ghosna, and distribute the Office of the Center with all the documents and cooperate with him.

The prosecution's office began to deal with this story at the assistant's campaign, Whistleblower.

Born in Brazil and is a French citizen from Lebanon. Micheline began his career in France, where he moved to Renault.

He joined Nissan in 1999 when Renault bought an interest in Japanese self-propelled devices and in 2001 he became Chief Executive. Hope rested on this post until next year. In 2016, Hope became the chairman of Mitsubishi Motors as well.


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