TOKYO (Reuters) – A Tokyo court approved on Friday a request by prosecutors to detain ousted Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn for 10 days for further questioning, a move the executive lawyer’s said he would appeal.
The Tokyo District Court said it had approved the request by prosecutors to detain Ghosn until April 14. The decision was widely expected after prosecutors arrested Ghosn for the fourth time at his Tokyo apartment on Thursday.
Ghosn - Lawyer - Junichiro - Hironaka - Reporters
Ghosn’s lawyer, Junichiro Hironaka, told reporters the defense team would file an appeal on Friday against the detention. Prosecutors re-arrested Ghosn on suspicion the former Nissan Motor and...
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