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Year of living defiantly: Ghosn keeps busy schedule on the run

Ex-Nissan chief to teach a college course and help film a documentary

Former Nissan Motor chief Carlos Ghosn joins in a selfie after announcing an entrepreneurship program at a Lebanese university.   © Reuters

TOKYO -- In the year since his daring escape to Lebanon from house arrest in Japan, former Nissan Motor head Carlos Ghosn has maintained a busy schedule of personal pursuits even as French and Japanese authorities close in on him.

In September, Ghosn announced a new program to coach businesspeople and entrepreneurs at the Holy Spirit University of Kaslik north of Beirut. Students will pay $15,000 to $20,000 to participate in the six-day course to be held next spring.

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