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Nissan's Ghosn crisis

Nissan to share Ghosn information with Renault

Japanese carmaker to recall 150,000 units as compliance problems resurface

Renault had asked Nissan to share all findings from its internal probe on ousted Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn. (Photo of Renault headquarters by Reuters)

TOKYO -- Nissan Motor is considering French partner Renault's request to pass along the findings from an internal investigation that led to ousted Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn's arrest, a senior vice president at the Yokohama-based automaker said Friday.

While cooperation in Japanese prosecutors' probe will be prioritized, "we are talking about disclosing information [to Renault] to an extent that doesn't affect the investigation," Hitoshi Kawaguchi told reporters. Ghosn was removed as Nissan chairman last month after his arrest on suspicion of underreporting pay.

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