miércoles, 9 de enero de 2019

Japan Update

Team Ghosn launches

 full-court counterattack

 on charges

TOKYO -- Ousted Nissan Motor Chairman Carlos Ghosn denied
 the allegations against him in
 court Tuesday, drawing battle
 lines with prosecutors in an
 unusually lengthy two-hour 
hearing that marked his first 
public appearance in weeks.

With the business world 
closely watching, his lawyers 
had prepared thoroughly and 
provided 30 pages of English
 and Japanese material at a 
 briefing afterward -- an amount usually seen only at an actual trial.

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