The move was made by Nissan after the media reported that Carlos Ghosn was arrested in Tokyo.
In a statement, Nissan said that he was investigating Mr Ghosn. The company has also identified serious Criminal offenses several years ago.
On the same day, Japanese prosecutors challenged Legion on costs to break the law; floor management and Japanese trade tools, managing financial records and reporting incomplete reports. Submit yourself. The motion triggers doubts about its ability to be arrested.
Yomiuri reports that prosecutors are attacking Thought. At the same time, the NHK television said procurators were to inspect the Nissan headquarters in Yokohama.
Inspectors told Mr Gosn was arrested, the Nissan brand will have a big impact.
It is believed that Ghosn, 64, of Brazil, has a & # 39; Building partnerships with Nissan, Renault and Mitsubishi. Shortly after the release of the information, Renault's share of 12 per cent.