Japan vows to improve border checks, bail after Ghosn flight

Japan’s justice minister vowed Monday to strengthen border departure checks and review bail conditions after Nissan’s former chairman, Carlos Ghosn, fled the country. Masako Mori told reporters at a news conference the ministry has already acted to prevent a recurrence but declined to give details. Ghosn skipped bail while awaiting trial on various financial misconduct allegations and later said from Lebanon that he did it to escape injustice.