- Renault finds no illegal payments to Carlos Ghosn in past two years The Guardian
- Ghosn's Renault lieutenant drew extra salary via holding: documents Reuters
- Renault board to meet as uncertainty over Carlos Ghosn continues Financial Times
- Carlos Ghosn gets a chance to plead his innocence The Economist
- Prosecutors set to indict Nissan's Ghosn again on Friday: source Reuters
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Investigation will now examine payments made to former Nissan chairman before 2017
One of Renault boss Carlos Ghosn's senior executives received an additional six-figure salary unknown to the carmaker's board via the Dutch joint venture overseeing its alliance with Nissan <7201.T>, according to sources and documents seen by Reuters.
SEVEN WEEKS in a Japanese prison have taken a toll on Carlos Ghosn. A diet based on rice and vegetables has left the former chairman of Nissan’s cheeks thinner. His black hair is flecked with grey. But the physical effects have not made him less feisty.
Japanese prosecutors plan to indict former Nissan Motor Co Ltd <7201.T> Chairman Carlos Ghosn on two more charges of financial misconduct on Friday, a person with knowledge of the issue said, bringing the total number to three.