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Lebanon may lift Ghosn's travel ban if files not received within 40 days: caretaker justice minister

Reuters Friday, 10 January 2020
Lebanon may lift a travel ban on ousted Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn if files pertaining to his case do not arrive from Japan within 40 days, caretaker justice minister Albert Serhan said in a statement on Friday.
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Public prosecutor reportedly also to keep investigating whether Ghosn helped normalise economic relations with Israel.

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