Ghosn, who has not spoken publicly, has told investigators that he had no intention of under-reporting his remuneration on financial documents and has denied allegations against him.
Ghosn's ouster is an astonishing turnaround for a titan of the auto sector who revived the Japanese brand and forged an alliance with France's Renault as well as domestic rival Mitsubishi Motors.
Ghosn stands accused of under-reporting his income by millions of dollars and a host of other financial irregularities, alleged after a months-long internal Nissan probe following a whistleblower report.
President, PM, MPs to Take 30% Pay Cut for 1 Year as Covid-19 Infects Economy; MPLAD Funds Suspended
WHO Warns Masks ‘No Silver Bullet’, Slams Racist Calls for Africa to be Testing Ground for Vaccine
Shadow Boxing or Fight Against Covid-19? Amid Crisis, K'taka-Kerala Border Closure Sparks Debate
Coronavirus Can Last on Face Masks for a Week, Banknotes for Days: Study