TOKYO -- One week after former Nissan Motor Chairman Carlos Ghosn was arrested on suspicion of underreporting pay, the case is shaping up to center on whether prosecutors can prove that the future payments the charismatic leader arranged for himself should have been clearly stated in the company's annual report.
Ghosn's underreported future compensation is said to add up to roughly 8 billion yen ($70.5 million). Tokyo prosecutors have focused on 5 billion yen of these payments and used them as the premise for his arrest.
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