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Fugitive former Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn met Lebanon’s president after his escape from Japan, where he was smuggled out of house arrest by a private security company, two sources close to Ghosn said on Wednesday.

One of the sources said Ghosn was greeted warmly by President Michel Aoun on Monday after flying to Beirut via Istanbul and was now in a buoyant and combative mood and felt secure.

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