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Stock Exchange Watchdog VS Starts Research on Payment Top Nissan

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 The American stock market watchdog SEC has begun an investigation into malpractice in the payment of the Nissan administration. The Japanese automaker may not have done enough to stop tampering, and the books do not give any transparency about that.

After Toyota’s biggest car manufacturer in Japan, CEO Carlos Ghosn was sidelined in November due to financial misconduct.

Ghosn and Nissan are also under investigation in the Asian country for fraud. Ghosn is still stuck in a Japanese cell.

Nissan authenticates that the SEC has requested clarification and the company says it cooperates with the investigation.

The supervisor’s investigation is still at an early stage because the ‘shutdown’ of the government in the United States has caused delays. Nissan is also listed on the New York Stock Exchange.

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