Nissan filed a civil lawsuit against Carlos Ghosn, its former chairman.
The automaker is seeking $90 million in damages "in order to recover a significant part of the monetary damages inflicted on the company by its former chairman as a result of years of his misconduct and fraudulent activity," according to the lawsuit.
Arrested in November 2018 for alleged financial misconduct, Ghosn fled Japan to Lebanon in late 2019.
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