Nah, it is just an echo chamber article of a conspiracy theory.palmermd wrote: This story confirms my suspicion and adds some reasons for it.
As if Renault was altruistic. Get realDaveinOlyWA wrote:Nissan exists because Renault had the resources to help them out. Now that the balance of power has shifted, Nissan is unwilling to do the same? Pathetic...
So he paid to put his head on a stamp and was cozy with the super-rich, apparently paid for with OPM.cwerdna wrote: Lebanon put Carlos Ghosn on its postage stamps. His downfall has stunned Beirut
https://www.cnn.com/2018/11/23/business ... index.html
0 min ago
NHK has learned former Nissan Motor Chairman Carlos Ghosn has denied underreporting his earnings in the company's financial statements. Sources say Ghosn told Tokyo prosecutors he had no intention of filing false securities reports.
Carlos Ghosn denies charges, hires U.S. law firmAt Nissan's Thursday board meeting, Renault appointees also voted to eject Ghosn. They did so after reviewing 400 pages of internal findings, sources said - but are barred from sharing the information even with the French carmaker.