French car maker Renault has reported to the justice, several suspicious payments in the millions from the time under the previous boss of the group, Carlos Ghosn. As a familiar with the matter source said on Monday the news Agency AFP, was informed of the Prosecutor's office in Nanterre last Friday. This is determined already, due to the pompous wedding of the car Manager on the Palace of Versailles in October 2016.
In the case of the suspicious sums of money, it is the source according to "several million euros". They had been transferred to a sales company of the Renault group in Oman. The internal investigation of the automaker after the arrest of Ghosn in Japan at the end of last year have brought the payments to light.
The auditors were surprised, therefore, when reading through the accounts that marketing expenditure in the Sultanate of Oman on the cost position of the group's leadership in Paris were made. Such expenditure would normally be handled through the Budget of the affected Region.
Similar to the cost flows that had been discovered in the case of Nissan, the Japanese partner of the group of Renault, Ghosn also used. There is a suspicion that they were used for personal expenses, unrelated with the operations of the company.daily mirror tomorrow location for Free order
The Prosecutor's office in Nanterre said to AFP, lawyers for Renault have presented on Friday in addition to requested documents nor other documents. You would first have to be checked to see if they contain violations. The environment of Ex-car Manager, Ghosn stated that it "expressly disclaims possible embezzlement in Oman".More about
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