Renault Carlos Ghosn has today confirmed as a CEO of a French car group which guaranteed the salary of the chief executive who has been jailed in Japan was legal.
However, the multinational board said that the company will continue to investigate the elements of the suspicion that Nissan has transferred, a company that starts with the alliance with Mitsubishi.
On November 19, Nissan and Renault Chief Executive, in Japan, were arrested for alleged assault. A few days later, Nissan moved him from the office and then the Japanese Mitsubishi followed the same steps.
The chief executives of these companies thought it was very difficult to keep the 64-year-old executive of Brazil in post. Japanese justice accuses him of having reduced its income by around $ 38 million for a period of five years, while it was responsible for Nissan.
On Monday, the Japanese Prosecutor's Office accused the Nissan manager previously, and charged charges against the manufacturer of the vehicle, for his alleged responsibility in a financial scandal.
Ghosn joined Renault in 1996, as vice president of active purchasing. In 1999, he became a high position in Nissan and in 2001 he was already the CEO of the company, transforming himself in the fourth overseas while instructing Japanese automotive.