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Nissan Punishes More Managers After 10,000-Hour Ghosn Probe

  • Investigation finds ‘many people’ involved in misconduct
  • Ghosn says Nissan investigation was ‘biased, lacked integrity’
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Nissan Motor Co. has revealed more details of an exhaustive probe into Carlos Ghosn, a week after its fugitive former leader accused the Japanese carmaker of being behind the plot to have him arrested.

The report on the investigation, submitted to the Tokyo Stock Exchange on Thursday, found that many others were involved in improprieties besides its former chairman, with those involved located both in Japan and overseas. Three people in senior roles were punished for their involvement, though their names, titles and specific steps to discipline them were not revealed.