Will the Ghosn affair make it more difficult to attract top foreign talent to Japan?

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Aside from what he is accused of, being on remand for a non violent crime is different from usual Western practise .

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    7 months ago

    That would be the general perception among the Japanese public.

    The Japanese prosecution has been losing the trust of people over the years, what with making up evidence and such scandals. The Japanese general public used to take sides with the prosecution but my impression is that that's a thing of the past. Those media pundits out there might venture that they are simply doing a huge disservice to Japan.

    Everything just goes to show the backwardness of Japan.

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