Tokyo (CNN Business)Carlos Ghosn could spend the next year in a Tokyo jail awaiting trial after he was indicted for the second time since his arrest nearly two months ago.
Japanese prosecutors indicted the former Nissan chairman on two new charges on Friday. They allege that he misused his position for personal gain by transferring personal investment losses to the Japanese carmaker, and understated his income between 2015 and 2018.
Ghosn, who remains chairman and CEO of French automaker Renault (RNSDF
was first indicted last month
on allegations of under-reporting his income by tens of millions of dollars between 2010 and 2015.