He may have fallen from grace internationally as one of the auto industry’s most powerful leaders, but Carlos Ghosn can count on continued support in at least one corner of the globe.
This Friday, Nov. 30, 2018, cars passing in front of the Nissan Service center in Beirut, Lebanon. (AP)
The Tokyo Detention Center where Nissan's arrested chairman Carlos Ghosn is being held, in Tokyo, Japan November 30, 2018. (Reuters)
A successful businessman
A view of a house that is believed to belong to Carlos Ghosn in Beirut. (Reuters)