Carlos Ghosn received £6.9m in ‘improper’ payments, says Nissan

Nissan and Mitsubishi say he was paid from joint venture without consulting board

Nissan and Mitsubishi have accused their former chairman, Carlos Ghosn, of receiving €7.8m (£6.9m) in “improper payments” from a joint venture between the Japanese carmakers without consulting other board members.

The companies said they would try to recover the money from Ghosn, alleging the payments amounted to “misconduct”.

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