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Carlos Ghosn, the ousted Nissan Motor chairman, received about $8 million in pay in 2018 from a Netherlands-based entity jointly owned by Nissan and partner Mitsubishi Motors, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
Carlos Ghosn was paid around $8 million last year from a Netherlands-based entity jointly owned by Nissan Motor and partner Mitsubishi Motors.
In Japan’s justice system—which has ensnared former Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn—the confession has a central place. If suspects admit wrongdoing, they can clear a path to freedom. If they resist, they may spend up to a year behind bars awaiting trial.
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