Full transcript of Al Arabiya’s exclusive interview with Nissan ex-boss Carlos Ghosn

Back in Japan, my phone was monitored. I was not allowed a smart phone, just a regular phone. There were cameras at home. I was followed on the streets by cars, motorcycles, and pedestrians. I wouldn’t be able to recognize them. They had no right to do any of that but did anyway. I filed complaints, but no one took it seriously, not even the judge. The lawyers agreed that it was against the law and filed complaints to the judge. He said he will look into it, but nothing was done.

India sees opportunity in anti-China backlash : Can India replace China as world’s factory?

With the US weighing punitive action against China, Japan paying its corporations to move out of the country and UK lawmakers coming under pressure to reconsider their decision to allow Chinese telecoms giant Huawei a role in building the country’s new 5G data network, global anti-China sentiment is increasing.