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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.
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.
A Tokyo court on Tuesday rejected Ghosn's appeal to end his detention after he was arrested last month on allegations of ["]financial misconduct.["]

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by Cat on Wed Dec 12th, 2018 at 11:34:53 PM EST
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