Ghosn ordered to pay back 5 million euros to Nissan-Mitsubishi

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Carlos Ghosn, the one-time boss of carmaker Nissan, was ordered to pay back nearly 5 million euros (6.1 million dollars) to Nissan-Mitsubishi by a court in the Netherlands on Thursday. Nissan-Mitsubishi is a joint venture between the two Japanese automakers based in the Netherlands, according to earlier reports. The amount he must repay is equal to the net compensation he received from the company between April and November 2018, ruled the court. Because he had no employment contract for that period, he is not entitled to any compensation or other payments after his departure. Ghosn has been e…

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