Why France doesn’t likely have a case against Ghosn

French prosecutors who have been investigating Carlos Ghosn for more than two years, seeking to make a case he misappropriated company money, have finally issued an international arrest warrant.

They’ve also issued warrants for Omani billionaire Suhail Bahwan, two of his sons and a senior executive at his company, Suhail Bahwan Automobiles LLC, the national authorized dealership for Nissan, Infiniti and Renault cars in the Sultanate of Oman.

We haven’t seen the indictment – the arrest warrant was issued Thursday (April 21) – but it is expected to involve Renault and Nissan’s “Alliance” management subsidiary, RNBV.

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