As details emerge of Carlos Ghosn’s Nov. 19 arrest in Tokyo on suspicion of under-reporting his income while chairman of Nissan Motor Co., the 64-year-old executive finds himself having to negotiate a legal system renowned for having one of the world’s highest criminal conviction rates. It’s a system with a uniquely Japanese flavor.


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