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Former Nissan Motor Co. Chairman Carlos Ghosn took a swipe at his old employers in a newspaper interview on Sunday, calling the Renault and Nissan results “pathetic,” driven as much by a lack of joint leadership than the COVID-19 pandemic.

Ghosn, who was also the chairman of Mitsubishi Motors Corp., was arrested in Japan in late 2018 on charges of underreporting his salary and using company funds for personal use — charges he denies. He fled to Lebanon from Japan while on bail.

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