Former Nissan chief Ghosn to be served with fresh arrest warrant

Tokyo prosecutors have decided to seek a fresh arrest warrant for former Nissan Motor Co. Chairman Carlos Ghosn on suspicion of failing to report a total of around 4 billion yen of his remuneration in the automaker’s securities reports for the three business years through last March, sources close to the matter said Tuesday.

Ghosn, who has been held at a Tokyo detention center, has already been accused of breaching the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act by reporting only 5 billion yen of his 10 billion yen compensation during the five years through March 2015.

All — Kyodo News+

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