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Carlos Ghosn accuse Nissan et certains dirigeants

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Carlos Ghosn publie une vidéo, réalisée juste avant son arrestation dans laquelle il accuse et nomme des dirigeants de Nissan comme responsable d'une trahison et d'un complot contre lui.

Added on the 09/04/2019 15:58:00 - Copyright : PRMEDIA

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