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Ex-Nissan chief surprisingly in Lebanon despite house arrest | TIME ONLINE



The former Renault and Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn left Japan unexpectedly and traveled to Lebanon from there. Government and security circles in Lebanon confirmed that Ghosn landed at the airport in the capital Beirut. It was therefore unclear whether the previous one
Company boss Japan with the permission of the local judicial authorities
had left or not.

According to Lebanese media, traveled
Ghosn on Turkey in the Lebanon, He was with a private machine
flown from Turkey to Beirut. The former CEO has
family roots in Lebanon and owns a luxury property in Beirut. In addition to Lebanese, he also has French and Brazilian citizenship.

Ghosn was imprisoned in Japan for around four months and has been under house arrest ever since. He was arrested in November 2018 on charges of being the chairman of the board of directors
Nissan Falsified financial documents and committed infidelity. He will
 charged his income as too low, the car maker Nissan at five
Damaged millions and enriched himself personally
, He will also have other misconduct around him
accused of financial issues. Ghosn rejected the allegations. He is released on bail but is under strict surveillance. Among other things, he was prohibited from leaving the country. The start of his trial in Japan was scheduled for the coming spring.

Ghosn is considered the architect of the international car alliance between Renault, Nissan and Mitsubishi. Only a few days after his arrest, he was fired by Nissan and shortly afterwards by Mitsubishi Motors as the chief executive. In January he finally resigned from his position as Renault CEO.



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