Well… it seems that Carlos Ghosn will not be free anytime soon
Things are getting worse for Carlos Ghosn (former Nissan CEO and leader of Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance), who remains in detention in Japan.
Nissan announced that it filed a criminal complaint against Ghosn – “on the basis of Ghosn’s misuse of a significant amount of the company’s funds” (see full press release below).
It’s the third set of indictions, which will prevent the release Carlos Ghosn. Nissan seems to be very hostile against its former CEO in two ways – first, by placing a complaint on the day of upcoming release (which makes

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