translated from Spanish: They accuse former President of Nissan hide millionaire income

Tokyo-the former President of Nissan, Carlos Ghosn was formally charged by the public prosecutor in Tokyo, not to declare part of revenue agreed with the company for five years until March 2 local agency Kyodo reported that Ghosn, 64, was arrested in Tokyo last November 19, initially accused of hiding the authorities revenues reached about 5,000 billion yen (39 million euros/44 million dollars). 

The Tokyo Prosecutor’s Office formally filed charges against the former President of Nissan. | AFP today expires the period of provisional detention, and on Monday the Prosecutor would have to have formulated the indictment. It also had the option of filing new charges against him, something that, according to local media, it will be known in the next few hours. 

According to Kyodo, the prosecutors consider that Nissan also committed irregularities to not reporting either to the stock market regulator part of revenue agreed with Ghosn in its annual accounting reports. The Tokyo Prosecutor’s office has called for this afternoon a press conference where they are expected to give details about this case or report of the indictment against who until recently was the maximum steering of the Japanese firm. Ghosn remains President and Chief Executive Officer or CEO of the French firm Renault, which Nissan has an Alliance. It was also stopped as President of Mitsubishi, the third piece of the automotive Alliance forged almost two decades ago. According to leaks to the media, the most important accusation raised against Ghosn is having hidden from the authorities revenues agreed with Nissan to abandon the company, among other items. 

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