Carlos Ghosn’s fall ripples from Tokyo to Paris as allegations grow

The real estate in Rio de Janeiro, Beirut, Paris and Amsterdam, had “no legitimate business reason” and Ghosn wasn’t paying at least some of the rent, the report said. At a late-night press conference …
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