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Carlos Ghosn to spend up to Ten more days in jail

By Bloomberg
30 November 2018   |   3:23 pm
Japanese prosecutors extended the jail detention of former Nissan Motor Co. Chairman Carlos Ghosn. Demian Flowers, Commerzbank autos analyst, talks about who could lead the auto alliance next.

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