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Brazil court grants Nissan ex-boss Ghosn access to Rio apartment
Carlos Ghosn or his daughter should have the right to access a contested Rio apartment to retrieve personal belongings, according to a legal document seen by Reuters.
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At the center of the dispute is Nissan's claim that the apartment contains three safes that the carmaker says it found there. Nissan says it has not opened the safes but that they may contain evidence against Ghosn, which could be lost if people close to the former executive gain access to the apartment.
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A Tokyo court on Tuesday rejected Ghosn's appeal to end his detention after he was arrested last month on allegations of ["]financial misconduct.["]

archived elite trade hostages
Fear and Trembling: Nissan scandal slams brakes on cost killer's career
Huawei CFO Detained in Canada to Face Fraud Charges in US
Brazil braces for corruption appeal

Diversity is the key to economic and political evolution.

by Cat on Wed Dec 12th, 2018 at 11:34:53 PM EST
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China-based oil firm settles Iran sanctions violations, U.S. says

Diversity is the key to economic and political evolution.
by Cat on Wed Dec 12th, 2018 at 11:37:32 PM EST
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+ CAD 10 million (USD 7.5M)
Huawei executive gets bail in case rattling China ties

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Huawei Exec Denies Violating Iran Sanctions at Bail Hearing
acceptable surety


Diversity is the key to economic and political evolution.

by Cat on Thu Dec 13th, 2018 at 12:39:43 AM EST
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Trump totally punked Canada.
NYT | China Detains a 2nd Canadian, Escalating Diplomatic Feud (not quite as obsequious as the REUTERS file on the same story)
China appeared to intensify its punitive campaign against Canada ... The second case involves Michael Spavor, a writer and entrepreneur who operates a cultural organization that promotes trips into North Korea.
o! That would US Publis Enemy No. 1 this month. DRPK is on several lists. There's the set up.
Chrystia Freeland, Canada's foreign minister, disclosed the second case, and during a news conference Wednesday, warned the administration of President Trump not to further politicize what started as a legal matter
The swing.
The opacity surrounding the two cases ["]sharply contrasted["] with the public proceedings that unfolded over three days in a Vancouver courtroom after the arrest of Ms. Meng.
Miss.
"It is important to stress that," she said, adding that relations between Canada and China were important for Canada.
Foul!
Ms. Freeland also appeared to take Mr. Trump to task for his suggestion, in an interview with Reuters, that he would willingly intervene in Ms. Meng's case if it would help resolve the trade disputes that have soured relations over the last year.
waaiiit for it...
"Our extradition partners should not seek to politicize the extradition process or use it for ends other than the pursuit of justice," she said.
Don't hold yer breath, lady. Trump isn't signing NAFTA any time soon. Ask yer girl, Nancy.

Diversity is the key to economic and political evolution.
by Cat on Thu Dec 13th, 2018 at 07:34:00 AM EST
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