Business Matters

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Global business news, with live guests and contributions from Asia and the USA.

Former Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn has travelled to Lebanon after leaving Japan. He was arrested over allegations of financial misconduct in 2018 and faces several charges. He was awaiting trial in Japan and barred from leaving the country. We hear from his biographer, Philippe Reis, about the likelihood of a deal being struck with the authorities there and what might be in store for the former car industry executive. Also, on January 1st, the toughest data privacy law in the U.S. goes into effect: the California Consumer Privacy Act, or CCPA. We look into the implications. Plus - our reporter …


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