A Question of ‘Fair Governance’: Nissan Board to Review Operations After Ghosn Arrest

Nissan Motors CEO Saikawa at Press conference. The Tokyo District Prosecutor announced on Monday, November 19, that Nissan Motor Co. Chairman Carlos Ghosn, 64, was suspected of understating his income on his financial statements. Following these allegations, Ghosn was arrested late on November 19.


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