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Ghosn' And Nissan Formally Indicted In Japan


Carlos Ghosn and Nissan were indicted in Japan on Monday for understating Ghosn's income by $43 million. Automotive News reports Former Nissan representative director Greg Kelly was also indicted, three weeks after he and Ghosn were arrested in Japan and accused of financial crimes. Under the Japanese system, indictment allows prosecutors to lay formal charges. While a detainee may be able to apply for bail, Ghosn, who was ousted as Nissan's chairman shortly after his Nov. 19 arrest, will likely remain behind bars because he was also re-arrested on new allegations of understating income that pertain to a different time period.

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