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Nissan's Ghosn crisis

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Former Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn has been held at the Tokyo Detention Center for more than two months. (Photo by Wataru Ito)

TOKYO -- Carlos Ghosn will likely remain in detention for some time to come as the Tokyo District Court on Tuesday rejected the former Nissan Motor chairman's latest request for bail despite his offer to accept "any and all" conditions.

Ghosn offered several concessions with his second bail request but failed to allay prosecutors' concerns that he could conceal or destroy evidence.

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