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Nissan's Ghosn crisis

Nissan credit standing on watch

S&P and Moody's raise concerns following Ghosn arrest

Credit ratings agency Standard & Poor's said that rebuilding Nissan's management culture swiftly "will not be easy."

TOKYO -- Credit ratings agencies have expressed concerns regarding Nissan's credit standing following revelations of alleged financial misconduct by outgoing chairman Carlos Ghosn.

Standard & Poor's has put Nissan Motor on negative credit watch, while Moody's warned that the repercussions of Ghosn's arrest on Monday could have a serious impact on the Japanese carmaker.

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