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Nissan's Ghosn crisis

Ghosn suspected of transferring private losses to Nissan, say sources

Nissan allegedly documented future payments that should have been reported

If the amounts of deferred payments to ousted Chairman Carlos Ghosn were set, Nissan would have been required to declare them in annual securities reports.

TOKYO -- Ousted Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn is suspected of having transferred over a billion yen of losses in private financial transactions to the company in 2008, sources have told Nikkei.

Japan's Securities and Exchange Surveillance Commission was aware of the incident and raised the issue at the time.

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