Former Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn has been re-arrested in Tokyo while out on bail pending trial over claims of financial misconduct.
Prosecutors said the 65-year-old had been detained over suspicions he caused Nissan $5m (£3.8m) in losses, according to reports.
In a statement, Mr Ghosn said his re-arrest was “outrageous and arbitrary”.
Mr Ghosn’s lawyer told a news conference they would strongly appeal against the latest arrest. Read more