Ghosn receives a plaque displaying a LibanPost stamp made in his honor, beside Telecommunications Minister Jamal Jarrah (center left). Aug. 28, 2017.
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When news broke of Carlos Ghosn's arrest on charges of financial misconduct, many Lebanese were incredulous.The Lebanese-Brazilian chairman of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance, maybe more than anyone else, embodied the near-mythical status of the hardworking Lebanese expatriate who achieves greatness abroad.Ghosn was arrested by Japanese authorities a week ago following an internal investigation at Nissan. Last year, LibanPost unveiled a stamp honoring Ghosn in Beirut at a ceremony attended by the telecommunications minister.Lebanese politicians, with little to show in the form of success at home and unable (or unwilling) to tackle rampant corruption and create opportunities, have highlighted the successes of the diaspora and of Ghosn in particular.
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