Ghosn faces probes in Paris and Beirut

Ghosn faces probes in Paris and Beirut

The Straits Times - Asia·2020-01-06 19:23

TOKYO - Japan has slammed fallen auto industry superstar Carlos Ghosn's blatant escape from justice as "illegal" and "fraudulent", as a probe into how he pulled off the improbable stunt entered full throttle on Monday (Dec 6) after the prolonged New Year holiday.

Justice Minister Masako Mori told a news conference that Japan will tighten its border checks and review bail conditions - including making GPS location tracking mandatory - after he audaciously skipped town for Lebanon.


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