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Tokyo prosecutor charges Carlos Ghosn about misappropriation charge, in “most serious claims” than

Last year, the Tokyo District Prosecutor's Office appealed to Nissan Motor Co., President Carlos Ghosn, for a fourth time, this time on a fee to offset the company's personal use money – a statement described by legal experts as the most Serious Ghosn was accused of expropriating a Nissan subsidiary's payments to a distributor in Oman, Suhail Bahwan Automobiles. Prosecutors claim that some of the money, about SEK 560 million, had been cast away to a Lebanese securities company that he effectively controls for his own use, for example for the purchase of a yacht. Ghosn's defense team was able to file a request He had already been arrested and charged with allegations of informing his remuneration for years and that Nissan covered some of his personal investment losses in 2008. He denies any errors. Stephen Givens, a Tokyo-based corporate lawyer, said the fourth charge is the most serious charge the prosecutors have made against the 65-year-old auto titan so far. Ghosn was taken care of while he was out on the castle on April 4. He and his lawyers condemned their fourth arrest and blasted it as an "arbitrary" attempt to sabotage their planned April 1 1 press conference. He has been behind the bars since that day in Tokyo Detention House, where he had been held for 108 days until he was released on bail on March 6. "Although it was a separate case, it is unthinkable that backing someone who has been released on the castle," said…

Last year, the Tokyo District Prosecutor’s Office appealed to Nissan Motor Co., President Carlos Ghosn, for a fourth time, this time on a fee to offset the company’s personal use money – a statement described by legal experts as the most Serious Ghosn was accused of expropriating a Nissan subsidiary’s payments to a distributor in Oman, Suhail Bahwan Automobiles. Prosecutors claim that some of the money, about SEK 560 million, had been cast away to a Lebanese securities company that he effectively controls for his own use, for example for the purchase of a yacht.

Ghosn’s defense team was able to file a request

He had already been arrested and charged with allegations of informing his remuneration for years and that Nissan covered some of his personal investment losses in 2008. He denies any errors.

Stephen Givens, a Tokyo-based corporate lawyer, said the fourth charge is the most serious charge the prosecutors have made against the 65-year-old auto titan so far.

Ghosn was taken care of while he was out on the castle on April 4. He and his lawyers condemned their fourth arrest and blasted it as an “arbitrary” attempt to sabotage their planned April 1

1 press conference. He has been behind the bars since that day in Tokyo Detention House, where he had been held for 108 days until he was released on bail on March 6.

“Although it was a separate case, it is unthinkable that backing someone who has been released on the castle,” said Junichiro Hironaka, one of his lawyers, at a April 4 press conference.

Ghosn joined Nissan in 1999 and is credited with saving the Japanese vending machine from bankruptcy. He was arrested on November 19 last year after Nissan said the internal probe found Ghosn and related Greg Kelly had engaged in financial assault. Kelly also denies something wrong.

In a video filmed the day before his fourth arrest, Ghosn felt his ousting from the automaker he led for 20 years as “a conspiracy” of “selfish” Nissan bosses who were afraid to move forward in its alliance with Mitsubishi Motors Corp. and Renault SA.

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