Prosecutors To Not Indict 2 Nissan Officials

Prosecutors to not indict 2 Nissan officials

Sources say Tokyo prosecutors decided not to indict two senior Nissan Motor officials in relation to alleged financial misconduct involving the Japanese carmaker's former chairman Carlos Ghosn. The two had agreed on a plea-bargain deal with prosecutors.

One of them, a former aide to Ghosn, is a foreign national, and the other is a former official in the secretarial office.

Prosecutors Indict Ghosn On Two New Charges

Prosecutors indict Ghosn on two new charges

Prosecutors have brought a new indictment against Nissan's former chairman Carlos Ghosn. The former auto tycoon has been charged with aggravated breach of trust, and with violating a financial law by underreporting his compensation.

Prosecutors say Ghosn shifted personal foreign exchange contracts with potential losses of about 16 million dollars onto Nissan.

Prosecutors Indict Carlos Ghosn Again

Prosecutors indict Carlos Ghosn again

Tokyo prosecutors have brought a new indictment against Nissan's former chairman Carlos Ghosn. The former auto tycoon has been charged with aggravated breach of trust and with violating a financial law by underreporting his compensation.

It's alleged Ghosn inappropriately transferred funds from a Nissan subsidiary to a Saudi Arabian businessman's company after the man helped Ghosn cover personal investment losses.