On Nov 19 last year, Carlos Ghosn, the former chief executive of Nissan, was arrested at Tokyo's Haneda Airport on suspicion of under-reporting income and misusing corporate funds for personal purposes; he remains in custody.
Less than two weeks later, Meng Wanzhou, the chief financial officer of Huawei and daughter of its founder, was arrested in transit at Vancouver's airport on charges by the United States that Huawei had violated US sanctions against Iran; out on bail, she now awaits an extradition hearing.
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