Nissan's Ghosn signs off on aid for Lebanon victims


TOKYO, July 31 (Reuters) - Japanese car maker Nissan Motor Co. said on Monday it would donate $200,000 to help displaced victims of the conflict in Lebanon, the ancestral home of Chief Executive Carlos Ghosn. Companies often pledge aid in humanitarian crises such as earthquakes and other natural disasters, but rarely when it involves a politically charged environment such as the current conflict between Israel and Hizbollah militants. Ghosn, who also heads Nissan's partner Renault SA , ...

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