Detained former Renault-Nissan boss Ghosn 'arrives in Lebanon'


The former Renault-Nissan alliance boss Carlos Ghosn, who holds joint French, Lebanese andf Brazilian nationality and who has been detained in Japan awaiting trial since November 2018 over accusations of financial misconduct at the carmakers, under strict conditions that also barred him from leaving Japan, arrived in Lebanon by private jet from Turkey on Monday according to several media reports.

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Former Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn has reportedly travelled to Lebanon after leaving Japan according to Lebanese and French media, reports BBC News.