YOKOHAMA, Japan, June 26 (Reuters) - Carlos Ghosn, chief executive of Nissan Motor Co, told shareholders on Tuesday he was paid a salary and bonus of 987 million yen ($12.5 million) for the past fiscal year, a package that makes him Japan's highest-paid executive. Ghosn disclosed his compensation at Nissan's annual shareholder meeting. The total for the year to end-March 2012, which was up 0.5 percent from the year earlier, does not include stock options Ghosn was granted in the Japanese ...
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