Carlos Gos is again arrested, he promised that "he will not be broken"
Prosecutors entered the Japanese headquarters car detention center and detained him "on suspicion of a serious breach of trust," according to the Japanese television operator NHK. RNLSY ) was released on bail in early March after having spent 108 days in detention.
Prosecutors suspect he has appropriated Nissan's funds for personal use, according to NHK. Prosecutors in Tokyo did not respond immediately to a request for comment.
One of the most prominent figures in the global automotive industry, Ghosn expects a charge trial that he has lowered his income for years and abused his position by transferring his personal losses to Nissan's investments. He denies these accusations.