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Former Nissan executive Kelly's trial begins in Tokyo without Ghosn

WorldNews Tuesday, 15 September 2020
Former Nissan executive Kelly's trial begins in Tokyo without GhosnBy Tim Kelly TOKYO (Reuters) - Former Nissan Motor Co Ltd executive Greg Kelly denied charges he helped ex-boss, Carlos Ghosn, hide income as the American lawyer's trial opened in Tokyo on Tuesday almost two years after Japanese prosecutors arrested the pair. Kelly, who has been on bail in Japan since his release from jail in 2018, delivered his plea to the court without co-accused Ghosn, who fled to Lebanon in December, following a dramatic escape from Japan. A representative...
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