In the image, Carlos Ghosn, president of Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance, attends the Show Show at Tomorrow in Motion in Paris, France, on 1 October 2018. REUTERS / Regis Duvignau
TOKYO (Reuters) – The Japanese Attorney General's Office is likely to face a new criminal case against the president of Nissan Motor Carlos Ghosn, who was dismissed Thursday, for his value of 3,000 million yen ($ 27 million) for three years from the fiscal year 2015, Asahi newspaper recited on Friday.
Gosn and formerly Nissan producer Greg Kelly have been investigated for a co-fuel case that has been made to reduce the reduction of Lung by about half of the 10 billion yen he won at Nissan for five years, from the year fiscal 2010.
In all, Ghosn did not keep his Nissan value with about 8 billion yen in an eight year 's visit to decline; Fiscal year in March, the newspaper said not to mention the sources.
The newspaper did not state if the new criminals case would also mention Kelly.
Ghosn and Kelly were arrested and burned from their place today on allegations of financial anomalies. Both are in custody, so they can not defend themselves publicly against the allegations.
Reuters could not contact Friday, a vacation in Japan, with the Tokyo Area Public Office Office for requesting statements. Nissan, for his part, refused to comment on the case.
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