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NO COMMENT – Paul Weiss, part of the global defense team for Carlos Ghosn, isn’t saying much about the former automotive executive’s mysterious escape from Japan, where he was awaiting trial on charges of financial wrongdoing. Jack Newsham reports that the only U.S.-based law firm in Ghosn’s legal team said they had nothing to add to Ghosn’s initial statement announcing his arrival in Lebanon. Ghosn’s lawyer in Japan, however, told the country’s national broadcaster that he was “shocked and confused” about the news, and that he was still holding all three of Ghosn’s passports.

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