In a seven-minute video released by his lawyer Monday, embattled former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn cast himself as the victim of “backstabbing” executives at the Japanese company. Ghosn offered little evidence to convince doubters of his innocence. Instead, he expressed love for Nissan and for Japan, disappointment at the behaviour of individual former colleagues, and concern for the future of the company.
Ghosn had initially planned to deliver a press conference on his...
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