Ex-Renault-Nissan boss releases defiant video

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Lawyers acting for Carlos Ghosn, the former Renault-Nissan boss arrested over allegations of financial misconduct five months ago after landing in Tokyo in his private jet, and who was re-arrested last week on further suspicion of financial corruption, have released a video in which the former high-flying executive, 65, denies the accusations against him and denounces a 'very dirty game' of corporate intrigue.  

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Carlos Ghosn, the former chairman of Nissan, has released a blistering video message attacking the executives who “backstabbed” him and accusing them of playing a “very dirty game” that could jeopardise the future of the giant car maker, reports The Times.