A legal advisor for previous Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn says he is “stunned” by the news that his customer has fled to Lebanon in the wake of bouncing bail in Japan.
“We were totally gotten unsuspecting,” group head Junichiro Hironaka told journalists, including that he had not spoken with Mr Ghosn.
On Tuesday, Nissan’s ex-CEO, who was anticipating preliminary on money related offense allegations, affirmed he had left Japan.
He said he had not fled equity yet got away “political abuse”.
The 65-year-old was one of the most dominant figures in the worldwide vehicle industry until his capture in November 2018.
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He was conceived in Brazil to guardians of Lebanese drop and was brought up in Beirut, before venturing out to France for additional training.
The French and Lebanese remote services state they have no information on the conditions of Mr Ghosn’s takeoff from Japan and resulting appearance in Lebanon.
Lebanese media has said he flew in on a personal jet in by means of Turkey.