Ghosn lawyers seek bail after ex-Nissan chief indicted on two new charges

INTERNATIONAL – Defense lawyers for Nissan ex-Chairman Carlos Ghosn said they will seek his release on bail after Tokyo prosecutors indicted him on Friday on two new charges of financial misconduct.

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