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Ghosn faces two new charges

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Ex-Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn is seeking bail after being indicted in Tokyo on two new charges.
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Hong Kong (CNN Business)Carlos Ghosn has been indicted for the second time since his arrest nearly two months ago, amid concerns over the ousted Nissan chairman's health. Prosecutors indicted Ghosn on two new charges in Tokyo on Friday. They allege he temporarily transferred personal investment...

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TOKYO -- Tokyo prosecutors have indicted ousted Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn on two additional charges, further complicating the legal battle facing the jailed auto executive. The first of the two new..

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