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News24 Friday, 11 January 2019 ()
Carlos Ghosn’s chances of getting out of jail anytime soon took a serious blow on Friday after he was indicted for a second time by Japanese prosecutors building their case against the fallen car executive, who was detained almost two months ago
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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 indictments alleges that Ghosn temporarily shifted personal securities losses to Nissan, in a...

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