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Carlos Ghosn case puts Japanese justice system in spotlight

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FRANCE 24 speaks to Jake Adelstein, an investigate journalist, about Carlos Ghosn's continued detention in Japan. The former Nissan CEO has been in a Tokyo jail cell since his arrest back in November 2018. Adelstein says the Japanese authorities are trying to obtain a confession out of Ghosn.

Added on the 11/01/2019 13:11:55 - Copyright : France 24 EN

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