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Exclusive: Ghosn's wife says she has 'nothing to do' with allegations

Japanese court's restriction on contact designed to 'punish' her husband

Carole Ghosn appears with her husband, former Nissan Motor Chairman Carlos Ghosn, in Tokyo on March 9. 

TOKYO -- Carole Ghosn, the wife of former Nissan Motor Chairman Carlos Ghosn, on Wednesday denied any involvement in the criminal allegations against her husband, and she asked to be joined with him while he is on bail.

In an exclusive interview with the Nikkei Asian Review via a 30-minute video conference from New York, Carole Ghosn said she had "nothing to do" with allegations that Carlos Ghosn misused company money for personal needs while he was head of Nissan.

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