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Nissan's Ghosn crisis

Nissan to demand Ghosn's sister return 'consulting' fees

Automaker says it paid hundreds of thousands of dollars to sibling living in Rio

Carlos Ghosn chose a condo in this beachfront complex in the popular Rio de Janeiro resort of Copacabana for his Brazilian residence.     © Reuters

TOKYO -- Nissan Motor is preparing to file a lawsuit against Carlos Ghosn's sister, demanding return of compensation the company paid for consulting services that were allegedly never provided, the company said on Friday.

The Japanese automaker plans to file the suit with a court in Brazil's Rio de Janeiro.

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