Resolution sought for Renaissance Dam - Lebanese prosecutors question Carlos Ghosn - Despite EU efforts, European trade with Iran falls
Japan has defended the legal proceedings against Carlos Ghosn, the ex-Nissan chief who recently fled to Lebanon. However, some Japanese experts have criticized the prosecutors' methods. Martin Fritz reports from Tokyo.
People in Japan are split on whether the former Renault-Nissan boss' flight proves his guilt or confirms that he could not get a fair trial. Ghosn says he is a victim of "injustice" at the hands of Japan's legal system.
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