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After escaping Japan, Ghosn feels Lebanese crisis

Reuters Thursday, 9 January 2020
Carlos Ghosn's daring escape from Japan to Lebanon may have cast light on his wealth and influence, but in Beirut the ex-Nissan boss can only get a few hundred dollars a week from the bank because of the country's deep financial crisis.
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News video: 'Betrayed': anger in Japan over Ghosn's allegations

'Betrayed': anger in Japan over Ghosn's allegations 01:50

A former Nissan exec and Japan's justice minister respond to a fiery press conference by Carlos Ghosn, while in Lebanon the once-titan of the auto industry is interviewed by prosecutors. David Doyle reports.

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