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Carlos Ghosn was ordered by a Dutch court to pay almost €5m to a local unit of Nissan in one of the first rulings arising from the global legal battle between the fallen auto executive and his former employer.

The former chair has “no right to fair compensation, transitional compensation or arrears of salary” since no employment contract existed between him and Nissan-Mitsubishi, an Amsterdam-based joint venture called NMBV, the district court in the Dutch capital said in a ruling Thursday. The amount covers net remuneration Ghosn received from April to November 2018, the court said...

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