Tokyo — Long before fallen automotive titan Carlos Ghosn fled trial in Japan and launched an attack on the country’s justice system from afar, another foreign businessman found himself at the mercy of Tokyo’s powerful public prosecutors.
Frankfurt am Main, Germany | AFP | German prosecutors have raided 10 business premises as part of a probe into suspected diesel emissions cheating involving Mitsubishi cars, the latest fallout from the so-called “dieselgate” scandal. Frankfurt prosecutors said they had opened a...
I read that the Japanese government requested a “red notice” for Carlos Ghosn through Interpol, and he can now be arrested anywhere in the world. He is therefore stuck in Lebanon after his escape from Japan.
Paris — Renault chair Jean-Dominique Senard said on Thursday there was a “real desire” at the helm of the carmaker's alliance with Nissan to make it a success, seeking to dispel suggestions the two decade partnership might be on the rocks.