TOKYO – Carlos Ghosn, former Nissan Motor chairman, was arrested by Japanese authorities on Friday, at this time in suspicion that he moved more than $ 16 million to personal losses a decade ago automaker.
Mr Ghosn gave a recession in his hopes for getting released from Tokyo prison where he was held for more than a month at different charges. It also adds to the legal problems of an executive who once ruled over a vast worldwide empire selling more than 10 million vehicles last year.
Japanese authorities have been re-approved. Given the doubt of breach of trust in relation to a financial investment that has fallen in value during the 2008 global financial crisis, according to NHK, the public broadcaster of Japan. The authorities said he had transferred investment, a derivative contract, to Nissan from his personal asset management company. Japanese lawyer Ghosn was not immediately available for comment.
The backrest is essentially giving Japanese prosecutors another chance to keep Mr. prison Ghosn. He was in the same detention center since November 19, when law enforcement officials dropped into a corporate jet after it arrived and arrested him in doubt that he had issued a statement on his compensation to the authorities in the afternoon.
Mr. Ghosn and another executive, Greg Kelly, were accused last week on charges that they mistakenly complied with Mr.'s compensation. Pay for taxes on securities. The Nissan itself was also charged with a charge of an executive's salary.
On Thursday, a court in Tokyo was unexpectedly denied a common request by the prosecutors to allow the detention of Mr. Ghosn and Mr. Kelly for another 10 days continue asking them questions. Opened the possibility that they could be released on bail. Mr. Kelly, an American and former human resources writer of Nissan, has applied for bail on Friday morning.
Mr. Ghosn's vengeance on Friday gives prosecutors two days to ask for a court to keep Mr. prison. Ghosn within another 10 days. They may also request another 10 days afterwards.
Preventing two car operators prompted the worldwide growth advances. Mr. Kelly's family appealed to American and Japanese officials to help protect her release so she could have surgery to treat the spinal cord.
The drama of their imprisonment has been riveted by the Japanese news media. Mr. Ghosn, 64, who has been credited with saving Nissan nearly two decades ago, is up to the recent corporate star here. His downfall, as well as an expansion of corporate intro and backstabbing statements, was followed closely.
The case has roiled a carmaking empire which includes Renault in France, which owns 43 percent stake in Nissan. They are joining an alliance with Mitsubishi Motors of Japan. Until his arrest last month, Mr. Ghosn leads the alliance.
"Nissan's own investigation is ongoing, and its scope continues to expand," a Nissan spokesman said in a statement on Friday.
before Mr. Ghosn was late, Japanese publishers began at Tokyo's detention center where men were held.
Under Japanese law, courts may approve petitioners' requests to detain suspects until 23 days after an arrest before they are banned from a crime. After the suspects, prosecutors may continue to prevent them unless the court approves a bail request.
In commenting on reporters, Takashi Yamashita, Japanese justice minister, said that the prosecutors were in compliance with the law and enforced the inquiry and detention of the two men "appropriately."