Carlos Ghosn joins ranks of top white-collar fugitives including Jho Low


Malaysian authorities last week complained about a lack of cooperation from other countries in their search for Jho Low.

HONG KONG: Carlos Ghosn’s stunning escape from Japan makes him one of the most famous white-collar fugitives in recent years, joining the likes of Malaysian businessman Jho Low and Indian tycoon Vijay Mallya.

The former head of Nissan Motor Co. and Renault SA, who was facing trial in Japan for financial crimes, defended the move by saying in a statement that he’ll "no longer be held hostage by a rigged Japanese justice system.”

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