Many people are believed to be impressed by the “Tokyo Escape” by Carlos Ghosn, the former CEO of Nissan Motor Co. At that time, Ghosn was caught in the sea, under heavy surveillance by the Japanese police, and managed to escape from his home in Tokyo and fly to Lebanon, which was a Hollywood movie. Although Ghosn has always maintained his innocence, he remains an international fugitive in other countries. And now there is some evidence to support his claim.
Carlos Ghosn, Nissan’s former chief executive, was improperly delisted by senior Nissan executives, according tomedia reports.
Nissan has long claimed that Mr. Ghosn was ousted for alleged financial misconduct, underreporting large personal income and misappropriating company funds for financial issues such as private expenses.
But according to the latest series of leaked emails, dated February 2018, Nissan executives began planning the ouster of the auto industry’s most prominent leader a year before Mr. Ghosn’s arrest, which ends in 2018.
Mr. Ghosn’s main motivation for ousting him was opposition to Mr. Ghosn’s push for a further full-scale merger of Nissan and long-term partner Renault.
It is worth mentioning that Mr Ghosn has previously said he will publish a new book detailing collusion between Nissan, Tokyo prosecutors and the Japanese government.