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Court Rejects Ghosn jail extension

By Bloomberg
21 December 2018   |   9:59 am
A Tokyo court has rejected a request to extend Carlos Ghosn's jail detention. The move raises questions over the car titan's future a month after he was arrested, though it doesn't necessarily mean he'll be out of jail immediately.

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