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Nissan's Ghosn crisis

Carlos Ghosn intimates Japanese collaborators aided his escape

Former Nissan chairman tells Paris Match magazine that he had 'local complicity'

Carlos Ghosn told a French magazine the theory that the Japanese government looked the other way as he dashed out of the country "doesn't hold water."   © Reuters

TOKYO -- Carlos Ghosn, the former Nissan Motor chairman-turned-fugitive, strongly implied to French media that Japanese people aided his epic escape.

Ghosn made the comment in an interview with the magazine Paris Match that was published on Thursday.

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