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Fugitive former Nissan chief accuses Japan of preventing fair trial

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The former boss of Japanese carmarker Nissan, Carlos Ghosn, has claimed he remains a “hostage” of the Japanese legal system some two years after his spectacular escape from Japan to Lebanon. Speaking remotely from Lebanon to members of the Foreign Correspondents’ Club in Tokyo on Monday, Ghosn said that Japan has refused to hand over the indictment against him to the Lebanese authorities so that he can face a fair trial there. He said that by maintaining its Interpol request against him, Japan was attempting to extend its “hostage justice” beyond its borders and that the country wasn’t really …

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