People walk past a dealer shop of Nissan Motor Co. in Tokyo, Japan. Reuters
The CEO of crisis-hit Japanese automaker Nissan plans to resign, reports said on Monday, as the firm’s board meets to discuss an audit launched after former chief Carlos Ghosn’s arrest over financial misconduct.
Nissan Motor Co is not currently considering asking embattled CEO Hiroto Saikawa to resign, two people with knowledge of the matter told Reuters on Friday, a day after he admitted
Under Japanese law, suspects can be held for up to 20 days before being indicted or released, and are not allowed to have their lawyers present during questioning by prosecutors. Once charged, defendants are often refused bail by courts.
Dubai Customs has equipped the Jebel Ali and Tecom Customs Centre with a first-of-its-kind advanced system in the world for inspecting heavy and light vehicles, equipment,
Marathon crisis talks that produced a tentative deal to prevent a cataclysmic US debt default may yet prove the easy part of a process that turned on Sunday
The Ajman Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI) organised the Ajman-Turkiye Business Forum, with the aim of discussing opportunities to expand the volume of trade and joint investment,