Carlos Ghosn says he expects fair trial in France following arrest warrant


Carlos Ghosn, former Nissan chief executive officer, is in an ongoing legal battle amid allegations of financial misconduct.

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Carlos Ghosn has said he would receive a “fair trial” in France after being issued an arrest warrant in the latest of a string of charges brought against the disgraced former auto executive.

Speaking to CNBC Friday in Beirut, Ghosn said he trusted the French justice system to treat him correctly, even if he did not receive the same treatment from the media and wider society.

“I think yes, I can get a fair trial,” he told CNBC’s Hadley Gamble.

“I will not get fair treatment, but I will get a fair trial,” he said, citing the media’s apparently…


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