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Ghosn Posts Bail of $9M, Leaves Jail

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Reuters reports Ousted Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn walked out of a Tokyo prison on a $9 million bail on Wednesday, slipping past reporters in a face mask and moving closer to mounting a defense against financial misconduct charges that he has called “meritless”. Surrounded by security guards and dressed in a workman’s uniform and a blue cap, Ghosn’s face was obscured by thick glasses and the surgical-type mask, a far cry from his usual tailored suits. He managed to avoid many of the reporters camped at the site before being whisked away in a small Suzuki van. Ghosn paid the 1 billion yen which is around $9 million bail, among the highest ever in Japan.

Added on the 06/03/2019 09:30:25 - Copyright : Wochit

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