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Investigators expected to meet with Carlos Ghosn in January

Investigators expected to meet with Carlos Ghosn in January
Carlos Ghosn, the head of Renault-Nissan who fled Japan in 2019, is expected to be questioned in January.

In addition to his trial in Japan, the 66-year-old businessman is facing a number of legal challenges in France, including fraud, tax evasion, misuse of company assets and money laundering.(LUDOVIC MARIN/AFP via Getty Images) In addition to his trial in Japan, the 66-year-old businessman is facing a number of legal challenges in France, including fraud, tax evasion, misuse of company assets and money laundering.Most Read After helming Japanese automaker Nissan for 20 years, Ghosn was arrested in Japan in November 2018 on charges of breach of trust, misusing company assets for personal gains and violating securities laws by not fully disclosing his compensations.The former Renault-Nissan CEO, who dramatically bolted to Lebanon from Japan after facing numerous financial charges, will host a group of French investigators expected to interrogate him in Beirut next month, a Lebanese justice ministry official said Saturday.

French investigators are expected to speak to former Renault-Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn in January.The Lebanese official, speaking on condition of anonymity, claimed the French investigators would be working with the Lebanese.

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