Carlos Gohan, the former chairman of Renault Nissan Global, who fled to Lebanon in an escape operation that appears to have been taken from a spy number, has announced that he will open a business studies track in Lebanon. The track will open at USEK – an academic institution located near Beirut.
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USEK, established in 1938, is considered one of the oldest academic institutions in Lebanon and most of its studies are conducted in French. Gohan himself was forced to bear public criticism from politicians in Lebanon who demanded that he be prosecuted for ties with an enemy state: Israel. As you may recall, Gohan visited Israel about 13 years ago and was the private guest of Shimon Peres, in honor of the first announcement of Better Place.
Gohan himself did not try to contact representatives of the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs or any other factor in the Israeli car industry from Lebanon. Among other things, Gohan himself is in Lebanon and cannot leave its territory, among other things for fear of reaching a country that has extradition ties with Japan, or intermittently even being abducted by Japanese intelligence services who are having a hard time coming to terms with Gohan’s escape.
In an interview with local media, Gohan noted: “I am not interested in politics. I will devote time and effort to supporting Lebanon during this difficult period. Our goal is to create jobs and encourage entrepreneurship that will lead to the building of the state.”
The list of lecturers presented by Gohan includes executives from the global automotive industry such as Thierry Bolora, CEO of JLR, the parent company of Jaguar and Land Rover.
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