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Nissan's Ghosn crisis

Prosecutors probe source of Ghosn's extra $20m collateral

Investigation focuses on whether Mideast money trail leads to Nissan, sources say

Carlos Ghosn faces an extended detention without bail if prosecutors indict him on charges connected to suspected quid-pro-quo payments.   © Reuters

TOKYO -- Carlos Ghosn, the jailed former chairman of Nissan Motor, posted around $20 million in additional collateral in a currency-hedging deal central to Japanese prosecutors' case against him, sources familiar with the investigation told Nikkei on Thursday.

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