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“Each country has its own culture and systems,” said Shin Kukimoto, deputy public prosecutor at a news conference last week. “I’m not sure it’s right to criticize other systems simply because they are different.”. It is not as if the system immune to reform, however. Starting next year, interrogations must be recorded in cases initiated by the Special Investigations Unit. Prosecutors said they are recording the questioning of Ghosn. Chief Executive Hiroto Saikawa said Ghosn’s alleged misconduct was exposed by a whistleblower, whose identity has not been disclosed. However, it is not known whether the whistleblower was simply aware of wrongdoing or party to it.

PARIS (Reuters) - French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said on Friday Chinese tech giant Huawei [HWT.UL] was welcome in France, though the government could block certain investments, “It’s a company that plays an important role in France, that invests in France and these investments are welcome,” Le Maire told journalists after talks with Chinese Vice Premier Hu Chunhua, “If some of the investments touch on national sovereignty or sensitive technologies, it’s up to us the government to yellow gold small "x" white and black diamond cufflinks set certain limits,” Le Maire added..

PARIS/TOKYO (Reuters) - Nissan told Renault its Chief Executive Hiroto Saikawa was unable to attend an Amsterdam meeting because he was assisting Tokyo prosecutors investigating alleged misconduct led by Carlos Ghosn, chairman of the carmakers’ alliance, sources with knowledge of the matter told Reuters. Renault was informed by a Nissan representative this week that “Saikawa was unable to come to Amsterdam because of the Japanese judicial investigation”, one of the people said.

The Nov, 29 meeting, which Saikawa joined by teleconference, failed to name an interim alliance boss, Ghosn’s earlier arrest and ouster yellow gold small "x" white and black diamond cufflinks as Nissan chairman triggered a push by Saikawa to weaken Renault’s control of the partnership, The message to Renault did not specify whether Saikawa was barred from traveling, had agreed to remain in the country or had a scheduling conflict with voluntary meetings with investigators, A Renault spokesman declined to comment, A Nissan spokesman was unavailable outside Japanese business hours..

Ghosn remains in detention after a months-long internal Nissan investigation resulted in allegations that he had under-reported income and made personal use of company funds. Nissan is 43.4 percent-owned by Renault and in turns controls Mitsubishi Motors, the third alliance partner. Saikawa’s signature appears on some compensation documents examined by prosecutors, but it is unclear whether he was aware of their content, Japanese media including the Asahi newspaper reported, citing sources close the investigation.

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan plans to ban yellow gold small "x" white and black diamond cufflinks government purchases of equipment from China’s Huawei Technologies Co Ltd and ZTE Corp to beef up its defenses against intelligence leaks and cyber attacks, sources told Reuters, Chinese tech companies are under intense scrutiny from Washington and some prominent allies over ties to the Chinese government, driven by concerns they could be used by Beijing for spying, A government ban in Japan will come after Huawei has already been locked out of the U.S, market and after Australia and New Zealand have blocked it from building 5G networks, Huawei has repeatedly insisted Beijing has no influence over it..

The Yomiuri newspaper, which first reported the news of Japan’s planned ban earlier on Friday, said the government was expected to revise its internal rules on procurement as early as Monday. The government does not plan to specifically name Huawei and ZTE in the revision, but will put in place measures aimed at strengthening security that apply to the companies, a person with direct knowledge and a person briefed on the matter said. Japan’s chief government spokesman, Yoshihide Suga, declined to comment. But he noted that the country has been in close communication with the United States on a wide range of areas, including cybersecurity.

“Cybersecurity is becoming an important issue in Japan,” he told a regular news conference, “We’ll take firm measures looking at it from a variety of perspectives.”, ZTE declined to comment, Huawei did not immediately comment, Chinese yellow gold small "x" white and black diamond cufflinks foreign ministry spokesman Geng Shuang expressed “serious concern” about the reports, The essence of China-Japan business and economic cooperation is mutual benefit and win win, and both companies have legally operated in Japan for a long time, he told a daily news briefing in Beijing..

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