12:21, 28 April 2019
The trial of the former car manager Carlos Ghosn Japan can be postponed until next year. A Tokyo court rejected the planned start of the negotiations in September and was initially called not a new date, Kyodo News Agency reported. The move indicates that the process can not begin until 2020.
The court informed the courtorator and Gusen's lawyer about the move at a meeting on Friday. In addition, the court decided to put together the procedures of Ghosn and the Nissan vehicle manufacturer as planned. Gusen's lawyers called for a separate process for their clients.
A luxury yacht
The former automanager was released on Thursday under aggravated conditions again from detention before trial. Gusen said he transferred $ 15 million in Nissan money to a company in the Middle East between the end of 2015 and the middle of 2018. Of that, he diverted $ 5 million for private purposes and, among other things, financed a luxury yacht and invested in his son's company in the United States United States.
The researchers also accuse Gusen that for too many years declared too low income in Nissan and the transfer of personal losses to the Japanese automaker. The former flagship manager, who led Renault in recent years, denies all claims and sees himself as the victim of a conspiracy.