The Nissan asks Ghosn 84 million damage

TOTAL WAR – The Nissan has filed a further lawsuit against its former president, asking for a compensation of 10 billion yen (84 million euros) for the damage that Carlos Ghosn (above in a photo of the repertoire) would have with its fraud and misconduct financial. You learn it from an official press release where it says that the Nissan has filed the civil lawsuit Wednesday, February 12, at the court of the city of Yokohama, the city where he established his headquarters. In the communiqué reads that “The damages claimed are linked to the violation on the part of Ghosn of fiduciary duty as a director of the company and its misappropriation of the resources and assets of the company.”

SAFE IN LEBANON – In the meantime, Carlos Ghosn, who, as is well known, had fled from Japan where he was forced to house arrest, you will always find in Lebanon where the well is unlikely to be extradited. Always for the record, Ghosn would have to be processed in Japan this spring. As for the current case, the Nissan quotes Ghosn for the use of the company’s property abroad without ever having paid the rent, the improper use of jet company, a series of payments unmotivated to the sister, and the payment of his own lawyer in Lebanon. This is in addition to the costs incurred by Nissan in the course of the investigations, both in Japan and in the United States and those territories where the house has a financial interest.