Named the start date of the trial of Carlos GhosnMarch 22, 2019
The trial of 65-year-old Carlos Ghosn on charges of financial irregularities will begin in the autumn of 2019
The trial of the former head of Nissan auto concern Carlos Ghosn will begin in September 2019. This is reported by the Nikkei. Top manager accused of financial irregularities. At the moment, 65-year-old Ghosn released from prison on bail. He is forbidden to leave Japan, as well as use a mobile phone. In addition, any contact with people related to Nissan is prohibited. In this case, Ghosn can use a computer, but only on weekdays and in the office of his lawyer.
Former head of the Renault – Nissan – Mitsubishi alliance, Carlos Ghosn, was detained on November 19th. In total, the former top manager spent in custody 108 days. Japanese police suspect him of tax evasion. According to her, for this he deliberately distorted information about the amount of their own payments. Investigators began investigating a top manager after reports from an anonymous informant inside the auto concern.
In turn, Carlos Ghosn linked his arrest with the “conspiracy and betrayal” of Nissan’s top managers. According to him, the top management of Nissan opposed his initiative for further deeper merger of the three partner companies.
Carlos Ghosn was dismissed from the post of chairman of the board of directors of Nissan Motor Co. November 22. Later, the leadership of the Japanese automaker Mitsubishi also decided to dismiss Carlos Ghosn from the post of chairman of the board of directors. Finally, on January 23, it became known that Ghosn left the post of general director of Renault. In addition, the French concern decided not to pay Carlos Ghosn compensation for his dismissal.
- US Post Provider Will Build Military Trucks
- The head of Citroen predicted a drop in the popularity of diesel engines in the next 3-4 years
- Ford E-Transit electric van prepares for testing in summer 2022
- Jaguar chief designer leaves in anticipation of brand’s switch to electric vehicles
- Mitsubishi has reduced its presence in the Chinese auto industry