(FILES) In this file photo taken on July 25, 2019 Nissan Motors CEO Hiroto Saikawa leaves a press conference after announcing first quarter financial results at the company headquarters in Yokohama. The CEO of crisis-hit Japanese automaker Nissan admitted on September 5, 2019 he received more pay than he was entitled to but denied wrongdoing, as the firm's former chief faces financial misconduct charges. / AFP / TOSHIFUMI KITAMURA
Hiroto Saikawa, the chief executive of crisis-hit Japanese carmaker Nissan, admitted on September 5, 2019 he received more pay than he was entitled to but denied wrongdoing. AFP

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